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Off Course You Cannot See A Black Hole

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Posted by Jnan R. Saha on May 29, 2004 01:53:48 UTC

When a blackhole of the mass that is equivalent to
to the mass of 3 billion suns the diameter of the compact object is about 4000 miles with a density in the order of 2x10**16 gms. Off course one will not be able to see the object with even the most powerfull telescope. As people cannot see such a tiny object conjectures it to be a hole. Please some of you check on my math using radius of neutron as 0.83X10**-13 cm.

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