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Seeing A Black Hole.........

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Posted by Yasir on March 3, 2001 18:39:32 UTC

nothing can escape from a black hole ..
not even light......
except its a case of hawking radiation........
so......
in different images we see of black holes provided by HUBBLE SPACE CRAFT ,CHANDRA AND OTHER SPCE TELESCOPES...we see light coming/originating/beginning from some source/object or distorted from some point in spacetime.........
actually i hav noty been able to interpret these images ......(which u can easily find at nasa or through balck hole search at yahoo or google..)

my qs..
1.has this light something to do with gravitational lensing by black holes ....or what.....????
2.i also want to know that how space telescopes get all those x-ray ,infra red images and else....
i am curious to leran abt the technique involved.??????
3.i also want to know why clocks slow down inside a black hole........(ie time dilation....i want some concept of this very phenomena)??????
4.what hapens to a person when he reaches a singularity..is it something like infinite curvature of space time and the end of existance of space time or existence........????

IAMNOTAGENIUS

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