Where Is the Nearest Black Hole?

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The nearest black hole that was first discovered by the scientist is the one at the midpoint of the Milky Way Galaxy. A black hole is an entity with such great gravity that nothing can escape from its pull, including light.
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V4641 Sagittarii was the closest known black hole to Earth at a distance of about 1,600 light years. However, later observations placed the figure at more than 24,000 light years
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The closest black hole is 1,600 light years from Earth. It's in the constellation
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The nearest black hole is three to four galaxies away. It is 10,000 light years away, named Cygnus X!
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The closet black hole is Sagittarius A which is in the center of our galaxy. Don't worry about the black hole. It's gravity won't pull us in, we are simply too far away from it. This
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Though its hard to tell the distance to black holes since space is so vast, the closest object that is thought to be orbiting a black hole is Cygnus X-1. It is 8000 light years away from the planet earth.
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