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Re-post; Blackholes Point Of Draw Question?

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Posted by Morgan Storey/">Morgan Storey on January 22, 2000 11:05:26 UTC

I don't know why this posted further down in the first try, but here it is again.

If a black hole is a large enough mass to pull other mass even light, then were would it in theory suck in from. In all these shows it is shown almost as 2 dimensional, but wouldn't it in theory be a ball that draws in matter all the way around it, on all sides and rather than matter entering the O it just gets pulled towards the point.

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