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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 In 1915, Albert Einstein discovered the possibility of a black hole with his famous theory of relativity. By definition, a black hole is a region of space and time that has such a stron gravitational pull, that not even light can escape it. When light is sucked in, in the midst, it exerts X rays. The gravitational pull of a black hole can greatly slow down time itself, according to relativity. If you could take a spaceship to a black hole, orbit around it for awhile, and then fly back to Earth, you would have successfully traveled to the future. Black holes are the densest objects in existence. If you made a black hole with the mass of the entire Earth, the black hole would be 9 millimeters across. The closest Black hole to our planet and solar system is the supermassive black hole that anchors our galaxy the supermassive black hole of the Milky Way In a spinning black hole, a central ring singularity is surrounded by two event horizons, the ergosphere and the static limit. Black holes are black because their gravity is so strong that not even light can escape. But they do emit radiation, usually called Hawking Radiation, after Stephen Hawking, who first theorized its existence. Black holes can form when stars collapse in on themselves after death. They keep growing by eating the dust and gas around them. No ones really sure how the biggest ones, called supermassive black holes, are born. REFERENCES: WWW.WEATHER.COM Google images/corona.exe/blackholes
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