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RE: RE: Space Travel -part 2

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Posted by Ummmmm on April 17, 2000 19:02:19 UTC

Just a thought, but that would have to be extremely exact.... no metric/US screw-ups there.... If the craft was too CLOSE, it would get sucked in. If it was too FAR away nothing would happen at all... It all depends on the mass/pull of the black hole.... Unless you were exactly inbetween not much would happen. Possible that you could do this, but not sure about the speed

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