Sunday, May 22, 2005

CREATING BLACK HOLES

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Astronomers theorize that when a massive star goes nova, the helium gas explodes outwards but the remaining mass of the star, being heavy metals, collapses inwards until it is very small and very dense and becomes a possible black hole. One can detect when this level of fatal collapse occurs because of the very brief momentary flash it creates. These flashes can out shine galaxies.

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