The primary formation process for black holes is expected to be the gravitational
collapse of heavy objects such as stars ...
Scientists think supermassive black holes formed at the same time as the galaxy
they are in. The size of the supermassive black hole is related to the size and ...
A common type of black hole is produced by certain dying stars. A star with a
mass greater than about 20 times the mass of our Sun may produce a black hole
The Physics of the Universe - Black Holes and Wormholes - Creation of Black ...
to halt the collapse and, instead of forming a neutron star, the core collapses ...
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Nov 20, 2012 ... Black holes are created when a large star collapses under the force of gravity
having run out of nuclear fuel, collapsed core of a giant star forms ...
After this Supernova, if there is enough remaining debris nearby it can be pulled
together by gravity and create either a neutron star or black hole.
Dec 23, 2015 ... Black holes are the most exotic and awe inspiring objects in the ... And to be
honest, astronomers still don't know how those monsters formed.
But a black hole may lose some of its mass. Quantum theory says that "virtual
pairs" of particles sometimes wink into existence from the fabric of space itself.
Most black holes probably form when supermassive stars collapse into a dense
gravitational mass that absorbs all light.
Apr 9, 2015 ... Black holes formed by the collapse of individual stars are (relatively) small, but
incredibly dense. Such an object packs three times or more the ...