What Is a Black Hole in Outer Space?

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A black hole in outer space is known as Stellar. It is created by dying stable stars known as White Dwarf. A black hole in outer space is invisible since no light can pass through it.
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It was a star that went supernova, and then collapsed into a super dense mass that with gravity so strong light can't escape.
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Outer space appears to be black, because there isn't anything in outer space to contemplate light. If there is nothing for the light from the sun, or stars to reflect off of, then
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Black holes are places where ordinary gravity has become so extreme that it
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Black holes feature three layers. The outer layer is known as an outer event horizon, from which light and matter can still escape since the gravitational pull is comparatively weaker
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