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‘Black Hole’ Photographic Print by Jorge Lopez

Aside from the fact that a black hole is a black void. Hence the name, "Black Hole. Who knew that black holes could look this beautiful? A stunning creation by Jorge Lopez Ramirez.

Black holes result from the death of a star, but many people think that they will forever reside in the star's place. Despite the misconception, black holes don't last forever. A phenomenon known as Hawking Radiation occurs, and this is where a black hole loses mass over time, causing it to fizzle out of existence and disappear into oblivion. It takes a very long time, depending on the size of the black hole, but even these mysterious forces of nature die eventually.

Black holes result from the death of a star, but many people think that they will forever reside in the star's place. Despite the misconception, black holes don't last forever. A phenomenon known as Hawking Radiation occurs, and this is where a black hole loses mass over time, causing it to fizzle out of existence and disappear into oblivion. It takes a very long time, depending on the size of the black hole, but even these mysterious forces of nature die eventually.

Black Hole Black Texture Wallpaper

Black Hole Black Texture Wallpaper

What Does The Inside Of A Black Hole Look Like?

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The blac hole Gargantua from the film Interstellar

Interstellar was right. Falling into a black hole is not the end, says Stephen Hawking

Interstellar was right. Falling into a black hole is not the end, says Stephen…

Black holes are not ruthless killers, but instead benign hologram generators -- ScienceDaily

Black holes are not ruthless killers, but instead benign hologram generators

Astronomers have found a new way of measuring the spin in supermassive black holes, which could lead to better understanding about how they drive the growth of galaxies.

Interstellar: black holes, wormholes and  “the warped side of the universe”—curved spacetime, holes in the fabric of reality, how gravity bends light.   black holes. For example, their gravity is so strong that they bend the fabric of the universe. Einstein explained this: The more massive something is, the more gravity it produces. Objects like stars and black holes do this so powerfully that they actually bend light and pull space and time with it.

How Building a Black Hole for Interstellar Led to an Amazing Scientific Discovery

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