Black Holes Under the Stars -  video Part 4, by Rolf A. F. Witzsche

Dreams of Holes in the Sky


 Solved by advanced discoveries


What about the theorized giant black holes?

 No one has actually ever seen a black hole in the sky, much less photographed one.

A super-massive neutron star is deemed to create a black hole with its theorized extreme gravitational force, which is deemed to be so intense that light cannot escape from it, and which bends light around it and thereby distorts space and time nearby. But can gravitational attraction, the weakest cosmic force, have this effect? Can it affect light at all?

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