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written by Andrew Hamilton
At this site you can see a simulation of what it's like to fall into a black hole. It happens pretty fast, but the best part is that you can step through your demise and learn a lot of astrophysics in the process. Watch out for tidal forces!
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= Black Holes
- General Relativity
= Black Holes
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- Upper Undergraduate
- Graduate/Professional
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Restriction: © 2010 Andrew Hamilton
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Keywords: Schwarzschild radius, black hole, event horizon, fabric of space-time, general realitivity, haking radiation, singularity, worm hole
Record Creator: Metadata instance created January 12, 2004 by Patricia Monahan
Record Updated: Aug 23, 2020 by Lyle Barbato
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April 16, 2010
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