Into The Unkown

Into The Unkown
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  • Into The Unknown
  • A black hole is one of the final stages in a star's cycle. It exhibits a strong gravitational force and a high density that largely exceeds the normal celestial form
  • Its gravitational force is so strong it creates a sort of vortex. Because of its strong gravitational force, not even light can escape it
  • Their are multiple types for black holes. The first is Micro black holes, they are known to be the smallest of the types. They were created at the beginning of the creation of the universe, most known as the BIG BANG. The second type is stellar black hole, they are the average-sized black holes. As we said before, the stellar black holes are created through massive stars. The third is supermassive black holes, they are the largest known type. with a gravitational force so strong that it has the power to swallow whole galaxies. Because of this strong force, in the center of the universe, where all the galaxies revolve around it. 
  • The journey through the black hole: when you first see a black hole, the space around it would be disfigured and curved. The closer you get your field of view will start to zoom inward, as if the space around you is being stretched like dough. Once you reach the event horizon ( the starting region of the black hole, the event horizon could be indicated through the gasses, dust, rocks, and even whole planets orbiting around it ), you can't go back, this is where the horror happens dun dun dunnn. First, your body will start to stretch, like spaghetti which is a phenomenon known as spaghettification. Then the closer you get to it the more disfigured you get and the space around you. Finally, You will be fully swallowed by the black hole, by the time u finish the first step u will be already dead and your body into pieces.
  • But, why are black holes black? When light is attracted to the gravitational force of the black hole. But how can this happen if the light doesn't have mass and according to the Universal Law of Attraction any gravitational force between two bodies equals f=gm1m2/r2, so it depends on mass and if one mass equals zero, the whole equation results to 0. But a recent study by NASA revolving around black holes being black presents that photons (What Makes up Light) don't have mass alone but when they are connected, they have mass, but that mass is so close to zero. So light has mass, meaning that it could be attracted to a black hole
  • Credits: We are going to use different photos that are able to visualize the shape of a black hole and that compare its types. We will use different  studies from multiple space agencies
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