What is a Black Hole?

Black Hole


A black hole is a region of space-time that can not be left from anything, even light. The general theory of relativity provides that a compact enough mass could distort space-time to such an extent that a black hole is formed. Around the black hole is formed mathematically determinable surface, called the event horizons, that marks the point at which the return is impossible.

Want to learn more about it? Check out this great educational video of Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell.


2 Responses

  • I find this particular topic unbelievably interesting. I completely agree with your statement about astronomy being a gateway to another reality/dimension. It’s so fantastic that science is getting super close to proving that there truly are other dimensions out there…which makes one wonder about time travel…. I’ve often wondered about Albert Einstein traveling from another dimension (that probably sounds super crazy) but it’s nuts to think how progressively ahead he was of just about any other human during his time and even with many of us today. Definitely one of those things that makes you go, “Hmmm…”

    • Yeaah!

      Totally agree with you Lisa, 

       I thing that  we still don’t know a lot about what’s going on in the universe.  There still a lot for discovering, and we are living in exactly right time for it.

      Thanks for the comment!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *