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What are Black Holes?

What are Black Holes?

When I was a small boy I wondered that what is in the black hole then I do a lot of research and found that black holes are a sphere of time where gravity is so strong that light cannot escape from it. The region which surrounds the black hole is called event horizon (This name is soo cool !). IN 1965 the great astrophysicist, Stephan Hawking proved mathematically that black holes exist in the universe. The theory of general relativity predicts that the compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole. Thanks for reading. 

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