Black Holes Are Bigger Than You Thought

Black Holes Are Bigger Than You Thought
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Matthew Clifford – International Business Times

The Sun’s diameter versus the diameter of Earth. The sun in itself has enough space to fit snugly 1.3 million planets the same size of Earth within its scorching envelope — that’s pretty big, considering the fact that we humans already consider the distance from England to Los Angeles an immense distance. In order to turn the Sun into a black hole, you must compress all of the matter you see in the flaming ball of plasma above into a certain size — which is called the Schwarzschild’s radius, or Gravitation radius…

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