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Re: What Is A Black Holes "sphere Of Infulence??"

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Posted by Zephram Cochrane/">Zephram Cochrane on January 4, 2000 09:53:50 UTC

: At the event horizon any mass cannot escape,this got me thinking.. : There must be another point where any mass (if no other force acts upon it) will end up in the Black hole even if this takes billions of years-is there a way to calculate this distance??

What goes up need not come down. At any initial point outside the event horizon it depends on the objects initial velocity as to whether it will ever wind up inside the event horizon.

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