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The Black Holes is a place in space or universe where gravity hauls that light can not leave or get out. Though the black holes are so massive and strong, they are invisible because no light can get out. However, the black holes can create when a star is dying. In space, three kinds of black holes are available, tiny, stellar, and supermassive. According to the scientist, tiny black holes are so small as like one atom. Stellar is up to 20 multiple more than the mass of the sun and supermassive is large as like as 1 million suns together. Scientists already have proof that a galaxy contains a supermassive black hole. Even, scientists believe that small black holes formed during the universe began and stellar formed during the collapses of the galaxy and milky way. And every black hole has the same gravity as like the sun. However, here are some 20 Crazy Facts About Black Holes which you will really be enjoyed.

Here Are 20 Crazy Facts About Black Holes

1. Black Holes affect time

Black Holes affect time Crazy Facts About Black Holes
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We know that nothing is faster than light. And the light can not get out from the black holes, because of effect time. According to Stephen Hawking, the gravitational pull is so strong that even light cannot get out. Since we all know, gravity also affects light. So, due to gravity, time slows. Time indeed slows down around a black hole.

2. Black holes are noisy

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Though light can not get out from black holes, they are noisy. Recently, Astronomers in England have discovered a black hole and heard the lowest sound waves like a bird’s chirp.

3. Black holes are not always black

Black holes are not always black crazy facts about black holes
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What do you think, black holes are really black? Your answer may be ‘Yes’! But according to Stephen Hawking, blacks holes are not completely black. Lacking light, and not contain for light, the black holes look black.

4. Black holes are not funnel-shaped; they are spheres

Black holes are not funnel-shaped; they are spheres crazy facts about black holes
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If you have not idea about black holes, you may think black holes maybe rectangle or funnel-shaped. But actually, Black holes are spheres shaped. By an x-ray machine, Scientist proved that Black-holes are round not funnel-shaped.

5. Black holes are not infinitely small

Black holes are not infinitely small
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The stellar black hole is up to 20 multiple more than the mass of the sun and the supermassive is large as like as 1 million suns together. So, you can easily be imagined that black holes are not infinitely small.

6. Black holes aren’t necessarily only destructive

Black holes aren’t necessarily only destructive Crazy Facts About Black Holes
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In the universe, Black holes are ghostly something. We all but scared to listen to the black holes. But in real life, black holes are not actually destructive. It’s just a dying star nothing else. But it has power like the sun.

7. Black holes can be very dense

Black holes can be very dense weird facts about black holes
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Even light can not get out! Just think, how dense the Black holes are! However, the gravity of the black holes is one of the responsible things to become the holes dense. The massive, as well as strong space, is invisible and denser.

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8. Black holes can get really big

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At the beginning of the articles, I write that a supermassive black hole can grow up to 1 million suns together. So, we can say that black holes can get really big.

9. Black holes eventually evaporate

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According to the theory of scientist Stephen Hawking in 1974 that black holes lose mass and evaporate but it is so much slower process. It needs about 10^67 years for a black hole to evaporate.

10. Black holes might create elements that make life possible

Black holes might create elements that make life possible black hole facts for kids
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Do you know which elements help to animals to alive in the Universe? Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nutrients, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium etc. The earth has all elements that’s why we can live here. The same way a black hole can create all elements except get out of light.

11. Black holes spin
Black holes spin

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We know that black holes are strong and they can produce energy. But do you know how they can produce energy? Only rotating or spin the black holes can produce a large amount of energy like the earth.

12. Getting near a black hole can kill you in horrible ways

Getting near a black hole can kill you in horrible ways black hole facts video
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The black hole spins. So if someone gets near a black hole, it will kill them in horrible ways. Because of rotating or spinning black holes are formed in the gravity collapse.

13. It was not Albert Einstein that discovered black holes

It was not Albert Einstein that discovered black holes who discovered black holes
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We may all know that Albert Einstein has discovered the black holes. But he is not only the man who has a contribution to discovering the black holes. Karl Schwarzschild and David Finkelstein have also the contribution to discovering the black holes.

14. Nothing can escape the pull of a black hole

Nothing can escape the pull of a black hole who discovered black holes
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Even light can not escape the pull of a black hole. So how is possible to other things to escape the pull of a black hole?

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15. Stay away from the event horizon

Stay away from the event horizon how are black holes formed
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The Horizon is a boundary of a black hole. It belongs where gravity is strong enough to drag light back and prevent it from getting out. However, you also called it a borderline, and you have to far away from yourself from the borderline like on earth.

16. The nearest black hole to the Earth is 1,600 light years away

The nearest black hole to the Earth is 1,600 light years away how are black holes formed
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Do you know how many kilometers equal to a light year? We all know that light is faster than all other things, isn’t it? A light year is equal to the distance traveled by a beam of light in one year or 365 days! Now you think how many far equal to 1,600 light years away.

17. There are different kinds of black holes

There are different kinds of black holes
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There are different kinds of black holes in the universe including miniature, stellar and supermassive.  Miniature black holes are so small as like one atom. Stellar is up to 20 multiple more than the mass of the sun and supermassive is large as like as 1 million suns together.

18. There is a massive black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy

There is a massive black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy
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The universe is consist of a core of a galaxy. And every galaxy consists of many starts. However, there is a massive black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy in the universe.

19. They can be infinitely big

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A supermassive black hole is as big as 1 million suns together. So just imagine, how big a black hole can be!

20. Things get weird when they get near a black hole

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We know that black hole rotating and spin. When something gets into its gravity, they also spin and move around the orbit of the black holes. This moving or spinning the thing made them weird and strange as well as ghostly-look!

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Francis Pettit is a doctor in experimental journalism in the sciences of volcanology. He tends to write about the most bizarre scientific tales, from eruptions and hurricanes to climate changes and diamond-rich meteorites from destroyed alien worlds, but he's always partial to a little science of pop culture. In addition to Forbes, his work has appeared in National Geographic, Scientific American, IFLScience, Earther / Gizmodo, WIRED, Discover and others.

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