It's Reality! First Ever Black Hole Created in Lab!
Black holes are terrifying objects that never let anything escape them! Anything that
unfortunately passes too close to these giant space structures ends up deep in their
bellies! Thankfully, black holes are so far away from the Earth that our planet is safe.
However, some scientists have tried to recreate black holes in the lab! How did they
manage to achieve this feat? And are they biting more than we can chew, and should
you be afraid of the lab-created black holes if things get out of hands? Join us as we
bring you how scientists just brought black holes to the human planet!
It is no secret that you should do your best to avoid black holes. They rip apart and
swallow huge stars, spaceships, and even light! They are great amounts of matter
packed into tiny areas; think of a star ten times more massive than the Sun squeezed
into a sphere approximately the diameter of New York City! The result is a gravitational
field so strong that nothing, not even light, can escape. But where do these monster
objects come from, and how do they end up with so much gravitational force?
You might be surprised that black holes in their former lives gave off light by shining
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