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This work discusses the fundamental ideas about black holes. There is information about black holes, creative activities to use in a classroom, and ideas about how to relate this material to popular science fiction novels.
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Supplements Astronomy Behind the Headlines: Measuring the Black Hole
This podcast features Dr. Shep Doeleman of MIT's Haystack Observatory discussing a new discovery in the measurement of Sagittarius A, the black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy. He explains that it's smaller than anyone imagined.relation by Caroline Hall
Is a Student Extra Of Physics Classroom: Gravity is More Than a Name
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