Will a Black Hole suck up Earth? (problem solution)
Black holes don't just go around eating stars and planets. Earth won't fall into a black hole because earth is not near enough to a black hole for it to be suck up. Even if a black hole would take the place of the sun, it would not suck it up because it would have the same gravity of the sun. The sun could not even turn into a black hole because it is not big enough. Theoredicly if a star big enough came close enough to the solar system it could suck up earth, but no stars are close enough.
How are Black Holes formed? (sequence)
The first black holes were formed when the universe was formed. Black holes also form when the center of a star collapes in on its self and it becomes a supernova. Inside the super nova a small black hole is forming and feeding off of the supernova's mass. A black hole needs about 50 to a 100 times the mass of the sun to form. At the center of every galexy there is a supermassive star which allmost will allways turn into a black hole. Microscopic black holes can be created here on earth. Using a particle acclerater, scientists beleve you could create a worm hole into a pocket dimension.
These are the steps in order for a black hole reach "max power"
Why does a Black Hole "suck" things up? (cause and effect)
Black holes have a massive amount of gravity. The reason they have so much gavity is because all the particles from the star it was is now condenced together. The effect is that nothing can escape. Another outcome is, because nothing can esacape nobody can see it. We know they are there because because we see the things it sucks up.
3 Types of Black Holes ( compare and contrast)
When you yhink of a black hole ow big do you think they are? There are more than one types of black hole. There are 3 types of black holes. The forst and biggest black hole is the supermassive black hole, this forms when a star 50 to a 100 times bigger than the sun collapes in on its-self. There is one at the center of every galexy. Stellar black holes arent much differnt but they use a smaller star than the super massive black holes, but it would still need to be bigger than the sun. Now on the other end of the spectrum miniture black holes have masses much smaller than the sun and can be as small a an atom.