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Re: Shape Of A Spining Singularity ( On 2+ Axis)

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Posted by Justin/">Justin on October 9, 1998 21:41:24 UTC

This is what i think would happen if two black holes happened to colide. When the two holes come near each other i think they would orbit each other, like a black hole binary. When they get very close to each other i think their orbital period would be very quick, say .5 seconds or something. Once the two black holes collide, it would give off Violent gravitational waves. Waves enormously violent. after that, the coalescence is complete. where there was once two holes, there would be one hole.

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