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RE: Is There An Avg Size For Black Holes?

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Posted by okl on October 27, 2000 16:23:36 UTC

first things first...a blackhole doest shine...its the things they suck in dat makes it bright.......so bright that...its bright. an avg size of a black hole...i dont think we can measure sizes if black holes can we...we can only say it forms when a star has 11x more mass than our sun....(correct me if im wrong i cant remember this)....

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