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Posted by Craig Brown on August 22, 1998 15:42:31 UTC

You can also tell by a refracting of light that veers close to a black hole but not close enough to get sucked in. And if a black hole is rotating around another star it can steal from it, making the star seem to flicker as it rotates in front of and behing the hole.

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