What are black holes made of?

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A black hole is made up of high force of gravity and normally has an intense gravitational pulling power, which pulls things towards it. It works like a vacuum cleaner but it is very strong as it uses the gravity.
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Black holes are created when a star collapses on itself as it dies. This collapse is caused by the effect of gravity on whatever material is left in the star after it has burned all
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nothing there aren't even atoms in them
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A black hole is a region of space time from which nothing, not even light, can escape. They are made of very massive stars that collapse at the end of their life cycle.It is called 'black' because it absorbs all the light that hits the horizon, reflecting nothing, just like a perfect black body in thermodynamics.
We really do not know what black holes are made of other than energy and matter. Often they start as collapsing stars that are made of hydrogen and helium. From there, they suck in anything that gets close - other stars, planets and solar systems, even galaxies. However, just as matter changes into new forms inside stars, it most likely does this inside black holes as well, but so far we do know what goes on inside black holes.
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