How black holes are formed? | What are blackholes? | Blackholes explainer
How black holes are formed? | What are blackholes? | Blackholes explainer :
Blackholes are unique and very demonish.
Any star is balanced due to radiation and gravity. Due to its own gravity hydrogen atoms in stars fuse together to form helium atoms. In bigger stars they fuse down to heavier elements ….. Until they reach Iron. As all the previous elemnts radiate energy, iron doesn’t.
As all the previous elemnts radiate energy, iron doesn’t.
The balance between gravity and radiation breaks and the core collapses into a massive explosion which creates either A neutron star or if a star is massive enough abt 20 times more huge than sun then it will form a black hole.
The black part of black hole which we see is actually the event horizon. The hole part is called singularity. The singularity could have infinite mass and density with 0 volume and area or something totally different which breaks the laws of physics.
If we see with a very powerful telescope we wont see the blackhole. Scientisits found blackholes bcoz of how its surroundings act. Anything which passes the event horizon gets absorbed by the black hole even light. One needs to travel faster than light to save itself from the demon.
Until now we don’t know anything of the demons and our brains are completely blackish blank. Someone in the future will discover the secret of thes black demon holes until then good bye.