Black Holes What are some more secrets behind black holes?

What is a black hole? A black hole is a rupture in the sky that deals with disrupting time and space. Is pull in force is so powerful that even light is unable to escape its wrath.

Now that you know what a black hole is, you probably want to know how it's created. Well, a black hole is formed when a star like our sun collapses under its own gravity.

A black hole has the ability to draw things to it. It slowly shrinks all mass in an infinitely dense point like a drain. Photons of light surround a black hole which are a loop of light called thoe innermost stable circular orbit. They also have an invisible border when which something enters into the plot will immediately start to be sucked in.

This part is less related to black holes, but has a huge impact on how they are made. On that note stars release energy or heat that makes them hotter. When the core turns into helium and the temperature is too low to under go it's process of releasing heat and the heat is not replaced, gravity takes over and causes to collapse and explode giving the black hole it's form. Black Hole's dead center evaporates energy called Hawkin Radiation causing it to slowly disappear.

A scary, yet intriguing facts about black holes include Primordial Black Holes. Primordials were formed after the Big Bang. They are said to be the reason why huge masses of space are missing or don't exist anymore. Stars like our Sun and the entire Milky Way Galaxy all revolve around a primordial black hole formed from the Big Bang that happened billions and trillions of years ago. It is said that all black holes are connected through wormholes which is something that can transfer on organism or object to another place. It helps with the theory that Black Holes are a transportation device that allows the travel through out the universe.
Interesting facts about stars: When stars get to close to each other which rarely happen, they will fling each other. Stars also have solar masses or about tons tons of well... tons! Our Sun is roughly 20 solar masses and it has been unchanged for more then 10 Billion Years!
Stars spend most of their lives powered by Nuclear Fusion that converts Hydrogen to Helium that make the Nuclear Reactions happen.
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