Most black holes form when massive stars exhaust their fuel and their cores collapse. There are also supermassive black holes at the centers of most galaxies. Scientists are not sure how supermassive black holes form.
a) From the star that collapsed into a black hole. b) Any matter that falls into the black hole adds to the black hole's mass.
A black hole is a star that has collapsed into a tiny point known as a singularity.
No. Once something enters a black hole it can never come out.
You get the shark to come near you and follow you to the black hole, then when you get to the black hole you turn a let the shark in. Have fun!
Dont hold me to this, but any thing that goes into a black hole does not come out. In suggesting that you reapear, you would be be refering to a wormhole
A black hole is the result of the gravitational collapse of a massive star, once it runs out of fuel.
a black hole is formed when a star dies (it explodes). sometimes it can also form a nebulae
there is no way for a ship to go through a black hole because the black hole rips the atoms from the object the come to it and spreads all the atoms around the black hole
Technically, no person has ever gone to a black hole, so no one has ever come back from one.Even if a person did enter a black hole, they would not be able to come back because of the intense gravitational force in the black hole. Once the person crosses the event horizon, they're gone forever.
Particles falling into a black hole release a large amount of x-rays as they do so. This is not energy from the black hole itself, but energy release that is a sign of a black hole.
Yes, but as a string of atoms erupting from the black hole like an explosion. Other than that, it is very unclear what happens inside a black hole.
Black holes came from old big stars that went supernova as it dies. Supernova causes the star to collapse into a black hole
A black hole may or may not be larger than earth. Oddly, black holes come in different sizes and masses.
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No human has ever come near a black hole. If one did, the intense gravitational pull of the black hole would pull them in and tear them to atoms, long before they reached the event horizon.
Gravity in itself is warping of space and time. The gravity of a Black Hole does not come from the Black Hole itself, but from the mass that has been continuously falling into it. Once that mass is inside the Black Hole (Inside the Event Horizon), it has no gravitational effect. What happens inside the Event Horizon, no body knows and no body can theorize. And that unthinkable place is called Black Hole.
A dead star. The dead star's smashed atoms come together, and are crushed again. This births a black hole
Observing a dazzling light from a black hole is impossible because anything cannot come out of black hole once after entering it's event horizon (even light) because black hole very very very strong gravitational field.
Yes, a black hole can believe it or not, eat another black hole.
That hole is the exit you come out of if you die in the secret level under the black brick, so you can come out of the hole, but you can't go in.
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 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.
There are two types of black holes. There is an ordinary black hole and there is a Kerr Black Hole.
No, it tears you apart/ "destroys you"
you can't get out of an black hole
A black hole originated as a star, that is, the star converted to a black hole.