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't be seen but you can see how something affects the area around the black holes, so that's really how they found a black hole. Karl Schwarzchild is the man most often
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A black hole resulting from a star's collapse. This hole has so much gravity that it draws everything around it, including stars and planets, into its center, and nothing can escape
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Karl Schwarzschild is credited with being astronomer who developed the concept of black holes. In 1916, using Einstein's general theory of relativity, he began to make calculations
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Professor Phil Charles has discovered a stellar mass black hole-the first ever found in our galactic halo in 2001.
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