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Posted by Brett on July 7, 2000 19:45:47 UTC

If two black holes each weighing five times ten to the fiftieth power killograms fell toward one another but did not colide would they eventualy assume an orbit around one another with an orbital velocity of ten times the speed of light and orbital diameters of about 12 miles there shwartzchild radiuses just touching,etc? and wouldnt they have an orbital period of about one half of a second? Dosent a typical Pulsar have a half second period?

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