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Posted by Jon Yardley on November 17, 2002 14:44:37 UTC

I am a begginer really at the area and I know the basics bout black holes but can anyone point me in th direction of some more intimediate stuff about black holes, i know so far that a black holes is a spherical object which has a singularity which is infinatly small and dense and nothing, not even light can escape beyond the event horizon. I don't really know anything much more than that so could someone please point me in the right direction.

Any help is apprechiated.


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