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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Schwarzschild Radius

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Posted by Scott on November 30, 2000 22:29:24 UTC

Ok thanks, by the way, the answer would be X with m2/s2? Just one more question, if that is the true mass and constant of gravity of the sun, wouldnt it collapse now since the contant of gravity is greater than the mass? That's what a conjuctures from reading books, the hydrogen adn gravity are equal for it to stay the same shape... however when the hydrogen goes away, the gravity it left and thats why it implodes.

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