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Re: Schwarzschild Radius (Universal Gravitation)

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Posted by Dan Dreger/">Dan Dreger on March 9, 1998 20:32:33 UTC

G = 6.672E-11 N - m^2 / Kg^2

So, the radius of a black hole (r) is:

R = 2 x (6.672 x 10^-11 N - m^2 / Kg^2) x M / 2.997 x 10^8 m/sec

where M is the mass of the black hole N is a unit of force (1 N (kgm/s^2) = 10^5 dyn = 0.2248 lbf

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