The Abyss of the Galaxy In depth of the black hole

Black holes were first theorized in the 1790's when Albert Einstein and Pierre La Place used Newton's laws to suggest the idea of an "invisible star."

If you ever get into a situation where you enter a black hole, then this is what would happen...

At first you wouldn't feel anything, due to a free fall. Gravity would then take over accelerating your speed, your body would then begin to stretch and pull you apart into noting.

There are three different types of black holes and they are called Stellar, Super massive and Primordial.

Super massive are the largest known to man, Stellar are the most common and Primordial were formed during the big bang, making them the oldest known black holes out there.

Some things to look for when detecting a black hole...

  • Temperature
  • Color
  • Moving gases
  • Dispersing objects

There are many parts of a black hole, and here are some of the most important: Wormholes, Quasars and the "Event horizon."


One fact that you may not know is that, time travel could become possible! It has become more and more likely with the discovery of black holes.

The future of black holes looks bright!

Scientists are beginning to think of new ways to study black holes and one way is they are creating "mini-black holes" in their labs. They are doing this by colliding subatomic particles that collapse on each other forming black holes.


Created with images by European Southern Observatory - "Artist’s impression of stars born in winds from supermassive black holes" • janeb13 - "albert einstein portrait theoretician physician" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "Hubble Witnesses Massive Comet-Like Object Pollute Atmosphere of a White Dwarf" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "Behemoth Black Hole Found in an Unlikely Place" • NASAblueshift - "Blazing Black Holes Spotted in Spiral Beauty" • qingqing3 - "Wormhole" • MichaelGaida - "clock clock face pointer" • Sweetie187 - "space"

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