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I hope someone changes the caption on this!
No, you can`t see the black hole itself (whatever "it"--an infinitely small point of infinite density--is), but the matter that goes swirling into it gets hotter and hotter, and gives off all kinds of radiation before it passes into the event horizon.
If the black hole is feeding on nearby stars or whatever, you probably *can* see the white hot shell of gas and dust around it.
"Black hole is an application made with Processing. I have been working on it for few last months.Making it I had to learn some OpenGL and remind my math backgrounds, but I hope it was worth it. At the beginning I wanted to create a dark sphere with dynamic glow. Using a OpenGL substractive blending and simple math transformation I created a resizing glow similar to cloud or nebula."http://blog.arsthanea.com/2009/01/05/bla...
thats from the guy that made it.
it looks more like an animation, of like some kind of a star or something, just kinda..being a star. flailing around and stuffs. O.o
Depends, is it a rotating black hole, or a non-rotational black hole? I guess a rotating one, would have to, by nature, rotate at a very real speed.
to CefcaGravity has to increase somehow,The only proof I can give is the best visual example we have of a black hole,its in a Binary star system (two stars orbiting each other)When one finally becomes a black hole, it will start pull the gas out of the other, this is how we know that the gas will form a disk around the black hole as it is being pulled in.Remember Black holes are the Thorn in scientists side`s we really don`t know much about them except they hare dense, and they emit x-rays.So who knows, Black holes might have an entirely different set of gravitational rules to them.
Ether way, we will all die before that when the sun expands into a red giant, Mercury, Venus, and Earth will be vaporised, Mars will become a ba
In that equation, r is not radius - It is the distance between the two different objects. And a black hole does nothing but merely suck in more mass, thus increasing its own mass. That would eventually suck in whatever the second object is, caling r to become SMALLER, dividing the gravitational pull to become larger.
I don`t really believe in black holes though. Because if they really did exist, eventually everything would get sucked into them. Why is earth still here after millions of years? o_O
That was really boring.
i wouldnt have called it "Black Hole" though.
more like. "Fireball with dark center emits light and fire."
why do people have to be such idiots when there are science things submitted :S
"people should know this isnt real... theres no music in space"
the video was interesting tho
oh black hole