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Gravity At Maximum

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Posted by Gustavo on May 5, 2005 19:38:06 UTC

Gravity is proportional to the mass of the celestial body. Since black holes are the remains of massive stars that collapsed their gravity remains intact and their mass is superconcentrated.

So intense is the gravity field generated that not even light can scape and near-by celestial objects are attracted and absorbed

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