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Posted by Adam Schwartzberg/">Adam Schwartzberg on October 7, 1999 01:09:28 UTC

If I am correct, a blackhole is nothing more than the extremely condensed core of a collapsed star, right? I'm 14 years old and still trying to comprehned this. I just got finished reading "Black Holes and Time Warps" by Kip Thorne, and boy am I lost. If anyone can help me, please fell free to e-mail me.

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