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Black Holes are not so Black


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1 Mechanical Engineering Department, Kalyani Government Engineering College, Kalyani- 741 235, India
 

Black holes can be defined as the set of events from which it is not possible to escape to a large distance. To understand how a black hole might be formed, one first needs to have an understanding of the life cycle of a star. A star is formed when a large amount of gas, mostly hydrogen, starts to collapse in on itself due to its gravitational attraction. As it contracts, the atoms of the gas collide with each other more and more frequently, and at greater and greater speeds.
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Dibyendu Ghosh
Mechanical Engineering Department, Kalyani Government Engineering College, Kalyani- 741 235, India

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Black holes can be defined as the set of events from which it is not possible to escape to a large distance. To understand how a black hole might be formed, one first needs to have an understanding of the life cycle of a star. A star is formed when a large amount of gas, mostly hydrogen, starts to collapse in on itself due to its gravitational attraction. As it contracts, the atoms of the gas collide with each other more and more frequently, and at greater and greater speeds.