Black Hole Facts: Why they are the scariest things in the universe?

March 18, By TVN Bureau

What are black holes?

Black holes are the regions in space with such a strong gravity that nothing can escape it. Stellar black holes form when the center of a very massive star collapses. (Image: NASA)

Cygnus X-1

Cygnus X-1, the brightest X-ray source in the Cygnus constellation, was the first black hole to be confirmed. Since then, about 50 black holes have been discovered and about 10 million may be scattered through the Milky Way. (Image: NASA)

How Black Holes form?

When a massive star dies or its nuclear fuel is exhausted, its core collapses and black holes form. The star’s core collapses a densest state of matter which is hundred times denser than an atomic nucleus. (Image: NASA)

Death by Black Hole

Nothing can escape black holes, not even light. Anyone falling into it will face a painful “spaghettification,” which would pull a person apart, separating the bones, muscles, sinews and even molecules. (Image: NASA)

A hungry beast

If you get too close to a massive black hole, its enormous gravity will suck you in. Also, the high-energy radiation will blast you, if they are in their active quasar phase. (Image: NASA)

Slowly evaporating

Stephen Hawking had said that the black holes are slowly evaporating. Most massive black holes will be evaporated in an unimaginable number of years.

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