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Re: Blackholes/planet Explosion

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Posted by Biggest_Dummy/">Biggest_Dummy on March 24, 1999 19:10:56 UTC

: : what makes black holes? what is a black? when a planetes explode : : do they make black holes? when a planet explodes does the gravety : : pull the bits and peases back and they all hit and dimolish its self : : or get sucked into a black hole -I'd like to express before hand that I'm no expert! Well I think when a star's mass is greater than it's critical circumference, the star's gravity forces the star to implode. The black that you don't see is the light that is sucked into the black hole, light that has passed beyond the event horizon. The light has been sucked into the black hole, simply because the holes gravity is stronger than light. No longer can light be recognized in any of it's rays. Hah like I said I'm no expert and I've no clue to the matter when a planet explodes. I was always under the impression that planets always ended up white dwarves, or dead stars.

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