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Falling Objects Inside A Black Hole

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Posted by vilquin/">vilquin on September 7, 1999 05:17:53 UTC

1. inside a nonrotating black hole: would an object fall spinning or straight to the singularity?

2. Take two objects falling inside a black hole (nonrotating): a small one and a big one. Which one would fall faster? the small one or the big one? Is the speed of the fall a question of mass or a question of density?

Thanks a lot for answering me

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