Who Discovered the First Black Hole?

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There isn't a particular astronomer that's credited for discovering a black hole. Einstein, however, did acknowledge the existence of black holes. Einstein's explanation led to the prediction (and later discovery) of black holes in space.
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Black holes can not be observed directly therefore can not literally be discovered. Einstein had a general theory of relativity and aspects of his thought are now being seen with
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No single astronomer has the credit for discovering a black hole. Einstein worked on black holes but it is not true that he named them as Black Holes. When seen from binoculars, they
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Black holes cannot be observed directly and therefore cannot be
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The first person to suggest the existence of black holes was an 18th century English parson, the Reverend John Michell . He pointed out that there could be "dark stars"
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