What Happens If You Get near a Black Hole?


When you get near a black hole, the gravitational pull will draw you towards it. However, this depends on the size of the hole. The larger the hole, the stronger the pull and vice versa. The same phenomenon applyies to the ocean tides due to the effect of moon's gravitational pull.
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You will not be able to see anything as the black hole absorbs light and if you fall into the black hole, then you would be stretched and squeezed into a spaghetti until you get broken down into small bits.
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