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Black Holes Ultimate Guide

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The most in depth and fascinating docu on Black Holes i've seen, I wasn't aware of the term "Planck Density" trust me you don't want to be near it. 

 

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On 17/01/2019 at 00:19, Klitwo said:

Beware the wandering black hole.....>

Interesting article, let it wander elsewhere, we don't want it around here! pick on some other lifeless solar system you giant _____HOLE! lol

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The interesting thing about the largest supermassive black holes is astronomers are always finding one that is much larger and a lot more massive....like around 40 billion solar masses. > https://newatlas.com/ultramassive-black-holes/53493/

P.S. "Some of our black hole mass predictions are just lower limits, so they could be higher," Hlavacek-Larrondo said. "Just how big do I think they can get? I would bet that a least one 100-billion-solar-mass black hole exists among our objects, which really is ultra-big." >

https://www.space.com/18976-ultramassive-black-holes-bigger-than-thought.html

Klitwo

 

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