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Old September 7th 19, 09:48 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Default A Black Hole is simply....

On Saturday, September 7, 2019 at 12:41:27 PM UTC-7, The Starmaker wrote:

Nothing can escape a black hole because nothing bothered to go in a black hole because there isn't anything there to go in. It's just
an empty space where there used to be something.


So... explain how the black hole at the center of the Milky Way has a mass about the same as 4 million of our suns (we know this because of the orbits of the stars that orbit it).

You have a fabulous imagination, but it is worthless when it comes to explaining various phenomena in the universe, as in this case.
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