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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 double click to change this title text! Black Holes The second you come in range of a black hole itmakes you into the size of a strand of spaghetti. Not even light can escape a black holes gravitational pull, that is why it is black, because there is no light reflecting back into our eyes for use to use to see the image. Black holes are so dense, that not even light or radio waves can escape its gravitational pull. It consumes planets, stars, astroids, pretty much anything in its path. HOW THEY ARE BORN 2,287,461,284,404.99796 kilometers A red giant is at least 10 times the mass of our sun. When it runs out of helium to burn,explodes into a supernova. The leftover gravity from the star forms a black hole. Objects that reach the event horizon of a black hole, (basically where the gravitational pull reaches its peak) travel inwards at a speed 3 times faster that light Primordial Types of Black Holes Density is the same as an atom with the mass of a mountain Stellar Density is the same as an atom with the mass of a few of our suns Supermassive Density is the same as an atom withthe mass of 4 million of our suns !Smallest & Most Common! !Medium, dozens in the Milkyway! !Biggest, in the middle of our galaxy! Diameter of largest black hole discovered. (2 Trillion) If you were to walk this distance, it would be the same as walking around The Earth 57,175,097.0907 times (57 Million Times) 50,156,250,000,000,000 earths can fit inside of the largest black hole ever discovered (50 Quadrillion) Scientists believe that in the center of our galaxy there is a black hole 500 to 1,000 times the size of the largest black hole ever discovered by man Main source: A Black Holes Force InfoGraphic created by John Kaczmarek
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