Where can a black hole be found?
Black Holes are scattered throughout the cosmos. It is theorised that there are supermassive black holes at the centre of galaxies such as ours (The Milky Way).
Yes. Intermediate-mass black hole is a medium size black hole. Scientists have found stellar black holes and supermassive black holes but there is no prove that Intermediate-mass black type of black holes exist. My opinion is that they do exist because when a black hole is becoming a black hole supermassive black hole it will need to go though this stage of intermediate-mass black hole.
There is not "a" black hole, but many of them. The nearest known black hole is at a distance of several thousand light-years, but it is likely that there are others closer by: only black holes that are very near of a partner (in a binary system) are easily found. There is not "a" black hole, but many of them. The nearest known black hole is at a distance of several thousand light-years, but it…
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
That depends exactly how you interpret the term "strong". In its vicinity, the black hole distorts space more than anything that is NOT a black hole; so much that nothing can get out of the black hole. But at some standard distance, a galaxy, for example, would have more gravitational attraction than a black hole, simply because it has more mass. At least, so far no black hole of the mass of an entire galaxy…
Black holes can't be seen but you can see how something affects the area around the black holes, so that's really how they found a black hole. Karl Schwarzchild is the man most often attributed with having discovered the black hole with a telescope. how is that possible if you can't see a Black hole, how can you see it with a telescope?