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Phase 3

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Transcript of Phase 3

Black hole
centered universes

There is a massive black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy.

It’s 30,000 light years away and is over 30 million times as massive as our sun.
Black holes spin.

When the core of a star collapses, the star rotates faster and faster and becomes smaller and smaller. When it reaches the point where it does not have enough mass to become a black hole, it gets squeezed together to form a neutron star and continues to spin rapidly. Same applies to black holes. Even when the black hole shrinks down to Planck length it continues to spin rapidly.
The nearest black hole to the Earth is 1,600 light years away.
They can be infinitely big. Or so some theories state. But without a doubt when it comes to something of this nature there are scientists on both sides of the fence.
Fact #1
A black whole is not what it sounds to be it is actually a massive amount of mass packed into a very small space.
(Black Holes - NASA Science - Science@NASA)

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If the remnant core left by a dead sun is about three times its suns mass, then the force of gravity will overwhelm all other forces and produce a black whole. (-Einstein's theory of general relativity)
A supermassive black hole is basically a large scale black wholes that can measure from hundreds to billions of solar masses. *One solar mass is equivalent to the mass of our sun*
(Supermassive Black Holes - an Introduction)
Black holes eventually evaporate.

Although common knowledge states that nothing can escape a black hole, at least one thing does…radiation. According to some scientists, as the black holes emit radiation they are losing mass. This process has the potential to eventually kill the black hole.
Midsized or immediate black holes are a medium sized black holes that form when star clusters collide in the center of a galaxy and create supermassive black holes.
(Immediate black holes – stuck in the middle)
Black holes are not funnel-shaped; they are spheres.

In most textbooks you will probably see black holes that look like funnels. This is because they are being illustrated from the perspective of gravity wells. In reality they are more like spheres.
A supermassive black hole is basically a large scale black wholes that can measure from hundreds to billions of solar masses. *One solar mass is equivalent to the mass of our sun*
(Supermassive Black Holes - an Introduction)
(http://list25.com/25-crazy-facts-black-holes/)
Our galaxy is covered in black holes but the one most likely to destroy our measly planet is still well beyond our solar system’s borders.
Black hole
centered universe
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