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What is a Black hole ?

Black holes cannot be seen as they don't reflect any light.

The centre of black hole is called

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Black Holes: the Reith Lectures

Black Holes: the Reith Lectures

by Stephen Hawking

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Can‘t see , but how do we know their existence
  • But scientists know they exist because they rip apart stars that get too close to them and because they can send tremors through space.
  • It was a collision between two black holes m...

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Formation of Black holes
  • During most of the life of a normal star, over many billions of years, it will support itself against its own gravity by thermal pressure, caused by nuclear processes which convert hydrogen in...

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Singularity
  • if you take pressure out of the calculation,a uniform spherically symmetric star would contract to a single point of infinite density,I.e,Singularity.
  • A singularity is what y...

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  1. It was already clear that a uniform spherical star would contract to a point of infinite density, a singularity.
  2. Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity says that objects distort the s...

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  • All the black hole will remember is the total mass, the state of rotation and the electric charge.
  • A black hole has a boundary, called the event horizon. This is where gravity is just...

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Properties
  • With no light escaping from the black hole, there is no way that anyone watching from a distance could actually witness your descent. In space, no one can hear you scream; and in a black hole,...

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