Black Holes

A black hole is usually a collapsed star that has compressed so tightly that it has inescapable gravity. Nothing can escape a black holes gravity, even light, hence the name. Once a black hole forms it starts sucking in everything nearby, increasing its mass and gravity.

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(Part 2)
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Schwarzschild radius

The Black Hole Tipping Point

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