What is the difference between a rotating black hole and a non rotating black hole?
rotating black holes means black hole which do rotate and non rotating black holes means which do not rotate
A Schwarzschild black hole is a non-rotating black hole. The Kerr black hole is a rotating black hole. Since the latter is more complicated to describe, it was developed much later. A Schwarzschild black hole is a non-rotating black hole. The Kerr black hole is a rotating black hole. Since the latter is more complicated to describe, it was developed much later. A Schwarzschild black hole is a non-rotating black hole. The Kerr black hole… Read More
Distinguish between rotating and non-rotating black holes and assess hoe the earths orbit would be affected if the sun suddenly became a black hole?
Rotating is spinning around. non rotating isn't, The earth would be sucked into the sun if it collapsed into a black hole.
There are many differences between white holes and black holes. The difference between a white hole and a black hole is that a white hole has properties such as mass, charge, and angular momentum while black holes do not.
The singularity is the very middle of a black hole, where spacetime curvature is infinite. A singularity can be a single point (in a non-rotating black hole) or a ring (in a rotating black hole). A singularity also has an infinite density.
the differece is a just like black hole and gutter hole.
According to current theory, a quasar is a black hole - a supermassive black hole in the center of a galaxy. Its bright luminosity is due to matter falling into the black hole.
the direction matter is moving: matter falls into a black hole matter is ejected from a white hole
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A supernova is an event where a star explodes. A black hole is what is left of specific types of stars after the nova.
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One difference is that we're pretty sure black holes actually exist. "Wormholes" in the cosmological sense are pure speculation bordering on fantasy.
The center of the black hole is called the singularity, where the mass of the black hole is concentrated. In a non-rotating black hole it is modeled as a point of zero volume, in a spinning one the singularity is shown to be ring-shaped.
No. Why would anyone think so?
Largely the difference between a Schwarzchild black hole and a Kerr black hole is about spin; the Schwarzchild model is not spinning, and is modeled to have a spherical shape and point-like singularity. The Kerr model by contrast has significant spin which would give rise to a ring-shaped singularity and also the ergosphere, having a oblate spheroidal shape.
A galaxy is a massive collection of stars, most orbiting around a supermassive black hole. A pulsar is a rapidly rotating neutron star that emits a beam of electronic radiation. See related questions.
Roy Kerr, a mathematician from New Zealand, discovered the solution to the equations of general relativity that describes a rotating black hole.
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White hole is a hypothetical region of space time from which matter and light can escape. Generally it is believed that white hole is the reverse of a black hole but from a black hole No one can escape. White hole generally appear in the concept of eternal black hole which isn't form from the gravitational collapse but still the evidences of the formation of white hole isn't found
Yes, there is a difference between a black hole and a dark hole. The black hole is that "monster of the universe" that is the remnants of a collapsed massive star. It is a place of extreme gravity, and gravity is so great that nothing, not even light, can escape. And because not even light can escape, it is "black" in there. It's a black hole. A dark hole is a term usually applied to… Read More
A tornado is a violently rotating column of air extending from the base of a thunderstorm to the ground. A tornado is made out of wind that spirals inwards and upwards. A tornado forms from interactions between air currents. While objects can get pulled into a tornado, they are simply being blown by the wind to someplace else. A black hole is an object, usually a burnt-out star, that has collapsed due to its own… Read More
they are quite opposite, a vacuum is a lack of any matter and a black hole is so much matter with such a great gravitational pull that light can't escape
No. A vortex is an area of a rotating liquid or gas. A black hole is an extremely powerful gravitational field created by a massive object that has collapsed to a single point. If a large amount of matter falls into a rotating black hole it can form a sort of vortex called an accretion disk.
They are separate phenomenon and different principals are in action.
They don't "lead" anywhere. Any mass that falls into the black hole stays in the black hole. There is a theory that, in the case of rotating black holes, matter may emerge elsewhere from a "white hole". It's an idea that remains controversial and highly speculative.
A white dwarf is a white hot solid ball of nickel-iron alloy, a black hole is an infinitesimal singularity of infinite density surrounded by total emptiness.
The photon sphere is a sphere above the event horizon in which light orbits the black hole.
the fact that a black hole is formed when a star collapses, and a supernova is a star that collapses. the difference is that a black hole is formed when a star collapses completley
In fact you would die outside a black hole. At least in the case of a stellar-mass black hole, the tidal forces, i.e. difference in gravity between your head and your feet, would be strong enough to tear you apart before you reach the event horizon.
It is believed that there are black holes in the centers of many galaxies. I believe a super-massive black hole
A black dwarf is a type of star,usually smaller than other stars. A black hole is the after math of an exploded star that collapsed under its own gravity. Now the gravity pulls everything in its reach towards it, even light. Also in the center of galaxies a massive black hole is there, and if the black hole becomes too powerful, it will not only pull in light but distort it too.
No. A black hole is not a tunnel. It is the remains of an object that has completely collapsed under the force of gravity. Within a certain distance, nothing, not even light can escape. That threshold is known as the event horizon. In a non-rotating black hole the event horizon appears as a simple, completely black sphere. In a rotating black hole the event horizon is slightly oblate; a bit wider at the "equator" than… Read More
There is no difference, they are same... Hole
Physicist Karl Schwarzchild is credited with the first exact solution to Einstein's field equations from general relativity for a non-rotating black hole. In a loose sense an uncharged non-rotation black hole might thus be referred to as the Schwarzchild type; but more strictly speaking the solution itself bears his name (the Schwarzchild solution) or the calculated radius of the black hole's event horizon (Schwarzchild radius), etc.
Currently, the way the mass of a black hole is measured is indirectly determined by the speed of its rotation and/or its gravitational influence. Note: Theoretically, the faster a black hole rotates, the more massive it is. The gravitational influence is estimated by the diameter of the event horizon (or even as the difference between the spherical edge of the event horizon and the edge of the oblate diameter of its ergosphere). Also the latest… Read More
For a non-rotating black hole, a person (or a building, or a planet) would be pulverized and crushed into the singularity (point of infinite density) at the center of the black hole. However, the acceleration of particles is so great that a small black hole might cease to exist by the time the atoms actually reach the center, due to time dilation.
You will get pulled apart before reaching the singularity - as a result of the difference in gravitational pull between your head and your feet.
There is no difference between the two. The global depletion of ozone is the hole over ozone only.
Nobody "invented" them; the initial analysis (by Schwarzschildt) was done for the non-rotating case, since this case is simpler to analyze. However, it seems likely that most real black holes would rotate.
a red gaint is when a masize star is at the end of its life and its energy will run out and cause a supernova or will become so dense its own gravity will make it fall in on its self to become a black hole. so basicaly red gaint is a star dieing and a black hole; its already died.
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No. ther eis no black hole in our solar system. Black holes are a byproduct of the death of massive stars at least 10 times the mass of our sun. If there was a black hole between Mars and Jupiter all of the planets and even our Sun would revolve around the black hole. Since this is not the case there is no possible way a black hole could be within the orbits of Mars… Read More
Black holes have no internal structure, they are completely empty (unless they are rotating, in which case the singularity is a ring instead of just one point).
Yes. The most up-to-date cosmological theories state that a black hole is far more likely to be rotating (spinning) than not.
There isn't any. A black hole is a location where the mass density is such that space folds in upon itself. A worm hole is a (theoretical) connection between two (or more) locations in space and/or time. At one time it was postulated that a black hole might be a portal into a worm hole ... but the math doesn't hold up.
The difference between internal flush and full hole thread is that the roots of the full-hole tool joints are rounded, and the roots for the internal-flush joints are flat.
They've observed the black cloud around which no light escapes that surrounds a black hole. They've observed the bending of light around the black hole, which caused two identical looking universes side by side. They've observed the galaxies rotating around them.
The event horizon is the "point of no return" - nothing inside that can escape. In the simplest case (of a non-rotating black hole), this is a sphere, at a certain distance from the black hole's center. The size of the black hole is often taken to be the size of the event horizon.
A virtual black hole would probably not exist long, so it won't have much time to absorb anything. Other than that, I don't see any reason why it should make a difference between particles and antiparticles.
This is a black hole formed from antimatter, instead of matter. The only real difference thereby being that the matter within the black hole would have an opposite charge from normal matter. Other than that, an antimatter black hole, while still theoretical at this point, should have properties the same as a black hole formed from 'normal' matter. As with a normal black hole, an antimatter black hole would be created by having enough antimatter… Read More
They will only kill you if you get very close to it, which is unlikely to happen. The way they will kill you - if you happen to fall into one - is by tearing you apart, due to the difference in gravity between the part of you that is closer to the black hole, and the part that is farther away. All this will happen before you collide with the center of the black… Read More