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Lose Energy By Gravity

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Posted by Thanh Nguyen on September 20, 2002 03:57:50 UTC

Hi Mathman,
I believe a photon which is emmited out from a blackhole at R = (Rs - 1 micrometer) will keep losing its energy, and finally the photon will disappear before it reach infinity. In this case, the photon lose its energy totally by gravity of the blackhole. Please tell me where the energy goes to. Don't forget that before the photon disappear, it is very far away from the blackhole.

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