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  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

  1. What happens when a person goes into a black hole?

When a person goes into a black hole, he moves faster and faster accelerated by black hole’s gravity.  if a person enters the black hole, he would suffer with the most terrible death. 

  1. Can a person survive in a black hole?

No a person cannot survive in a black hole. human will die immediately and there would be no sign of any physical existence later.

  1. What are the 4 types of black holes?

Stellar Mass Black Holes: the most common type of Black Holes. they form from stars. They are 10-20 times more massive than our sun.

Super massive Black Holes: Most of the super massive black holes have more mass than 1,000,000 suns.

Intermediate Black Holes: these black holes have masses between Stellar and Super massive black holes.

Miniature Black Holes: These black holes could be as wide as an atomic article. They have the same mass as Mount Everest. 

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

When you reverse the properties of a Black Hole it becomes a White Hole. it is not possible to enter this hole. Only matter and light can come out of the white hole.

  1. Where do things go in a black hole?

Modern research says that when something goes into the black hole, it torn apart into smallest subatomic components. The process of stretching and squeezing remains until the matter becomes the part of the singularity. So the thing goes nowhere but it loses it’s existence overall. 

  1. Where is the nearest black hole?

The closest black hole as per the modern research is V616 Monocerotis. It is located about 3,000 light years away from us and it is 13 times massive than our sun.

  1. How big would the earth be if it was a black hole?
  1. What is spaghettification in black hole?

Astrology teaches us that spaghettification means vertical stretching and horizontal compression of an object. This is exactly what happens to the object when it enters the Black hole.

  1. Do black holes die?

Stephen Hawking discovery about the black holes that they should radiate energy due to quantum mechanical process gave birth to the discovery of the finite life of Black hole. Energy radiation makes black hole shrink. The more it shrinks, the more it radiates and so we can say that eventually it could be vanished completely. 

  1. What is the smallest black hole?

The lightest or smallest black hole NASA has identified yet is XTE J1650-500 and it is 3.8 times the mass of the sun.

  1. Can we see black holes?

Yes we can see black holes but only when a star or massive amount of matter falls into the black hole.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a white hole?

The answer of this question is still under discussion. According to General Relativity, there is no way black hole and a white hole could collide. The reason that is told behind this reality is that white hole is an area of spacetime where nothing can enter from outer environment and the black hole is the area of spacetime where everything is pulled into the hole from outside. This proves that they both cannot collide at all.  

  1. Can you survive a black hole?

Nothing can survive in a black hole. Because the gravitational power inside the black hole is extra super. Nothing can escape even light cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. 

  1. Where do wormholes lead to?

Research in General relativity says that wormholes can create shortcuts for long journeys. You can say that it is a theoretical passage through the space time. 

  1. How many black holes are in the Milky Way?

A study tells that there are almost 17 billion of black holes in the milky way. The nearest super massive black hole is 28 thousand light years away in our milky way galaxy.

  1. How long does a black hole last?

Suppose a black hole is as big as the sun. It needs 10^67 years to evaporate.

  1. Can anything destroy black hole?

Nothing else can destroy a black hole except of its own energy. Black holes evaporate returning their energy to the universe. 

  1. Can black hole explode?

Yes, there is something that can cause an explode in black hole, and it is Quantum bounce. 

  1. How strong is a black hole?

When you talk about density, then the black holes are the objects of extreme density. They have such strong and firm gravitational power that even light cannot escape from its trap.

  1. Is time slower in space?

When you move faster in space then it effects the time. The time goes slower. For example, earth has higher gravitational power as compared to mars. That is why the time on the Mars is a little faster.

  1. Do black holes move?

Yes, black holes can move through space. The movement of black holes is even faster than light that is why light cannot escape in black holes.

  1. What is the largest black hole known?

Scientists tell that the largest black hole in the galaxy is as big as 17 billion suns would be and it is 250 million light years away from earth. It is called Monster black hole.

  1. How many black holes are there in our solar system?

There are more than 100 billion black holes in our Solar system.

  1. Do wormholes exist?

General theory of relativity says that wormholes do exist, and they can make possible to travel long space in short time. 

  1. Does every galaxy have a black hole?

According to astronomers, there are black holes in every galaxy in the universe. Even our own galaxy has a super massive black hole in the center. They can judge it from the effects of black holes on stars and gas.

  1. What happens when a black hole meets a black hole?

When the black holes come so close to each other, they are not able to escape from each other’s gravity. This causes a collision and the result is that they merge to become one bigger black hole.

  1. Do black holes destroy information?

There is a contradiction between previous and the modern research regarding if black holes destroy information or not. As per Stephen Hawking, no quantum information can stay in the black holes.

  1. Is exotic matter real?

Yes the exotic matter is real. This matter has exotic properties and not made of baryons (protons and neutrons).

  1. What happens when stars collide?

There are two possibilities that could occur after stars collision. They can merge and become a bigger star or they collapse into a black hole. 

  1. What did Stephen Hawking invent?

Stephen Hawking didn’t invent anything actually. He discovers few realities related to black holes and discovered Hawking Radiation. The theory was about black holes that they emit radiation. 

  1. What do gravitational waves do?

These waves are the curves in the fabric of spacetime. These waves are generated by accelerated masses. These are the waves that transfer energy in the shape of gravitational radiation same like electromagnetic radiation.

  1. Is dark matter negative energy?

Dark matter doesn’t emit or interact with energy or light. Dark matter is an invisible mysterious substance.

  1. Is there negative gravity?

There are only self made concepts about anti-gravity or negative gravity. There are no evidence related to the presence of negative gravity. 

  1. Does antimatter have anti-gravity?

This is true that antimatter does have same mass as matter but they are strange in results. They do not attract to gravity but show opposite charge and spin. Scientist are still researching on the exact reality behind this behaviour.

  1. How many black holes have been confirmed?

February 2019 report says that there are 10 mergers of binary black holes observed recently.

  1. Do black holes spin?

As per modern research by astronomers, the supermassive black holes are found spinning.

  1. What is a black hole event horizon?

Event Horizon is an area in spacetime beyond which no event can affect an outside observer.

  1. Is space a time?

Spacetime is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. What is a white hole NASA?

White hole is the reverse of black hole. NASA experts say that nothing can escape white holes except matter and light. While nothing including matter and light can escape from black hole.

  1. Do black holes emit radiation?

According to modern research and the Stephen Hawking’s study, black holes do emit radiation. It causes strong gravitational power.

  1. Why is it called a black hole?

There is an area around the black hole that is called event horizon. It is also known as black. The reason behind this name is that it absorbs all the light that hits it but it reflects nothing and stay like a pure black body.

  1. Could we ever live on mars?

This is not possible for a human being to live on Mars ever. Humans, animals and plants cannot survive the ambient condition of the surface of the Mars.

  1. Is light speed possible for human?

It is not possible for humans to move faster than light speed but there is possibility to invent something that can carry human and moves faster than the light. But there would be 60 thousand years difference in time. 

  1. What does space time continuum mean?

Spacetime continuum is also known as Minkowski space. This term is used to understand the working of big level and small level.

  1. Is a black hole a hole?

We cannot call it exactly a hole. A black hole is an area of spacetime manifesting such strong gravitational effects that are considered nothing. The theory of general relativity tells that a sufficiently compact mass can deform spacetime to form a black hole.

  1. Is there a black hole in our solar system?

Yes, there is a black hole in our solar system. It is known as V616 Monocerotis. It’s located about 3,000 light years away from earth.

  1. What will happen to our galaxy in 4 billion years?

It is predicted that there would be a collision between two galaxies in 4 billion years. Stars ejection is obvious in the process and it can cause the merging of two galaxies.

  1. What is at the center of galaxy?

There is a black hole in the center of our galaxy. The mass of that black hole is 4 million times the mass of our sun.

  1. What was the first mission to Mars called?

The name of the mission was Exploration of Mars.

  1. Where is NASA?

The oldest NASA’s field centers are located in Hampton, Virginia, United States and is also called Langley Research Center (LARC). NASA headquarters are situated in Washington, D.C., United States.  

  1. What is NASA’s role?

The name NASA stands for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. It is a U.S. government agency that handles all matters regarding science and technology related to air and space.

  1. Who is the CEO of NASA?

NASA doesn’t have any CEO because it is owned by Government. However, Robert M. Lightfoot Jr is the Executive head of NASA or NASA Administrator.

  1. Where is the main NASA headquarters?

Main NASA headuarter is the building in the two-building Independence Square complex at 300 E Street SW in Washington D.C. 

  1. What kind of galaxy is the Milky Way?

Milky Way is also called spiral galaxy. Astronomers has observed that milky way is a barred spiral galaxy not an ordinary galaxy. 

  1. What in the middle of Milky way chocolate?

Milky way chocolate is a bar manufactured and distributed by the Mars confectionery company. There is a caramel topping covered with milk chocolate.

  1. What is Sagittarius A star?

Sagittarius A star is an astronomical radio source right in the center of milky way and is a bright and very compact one, situated near the Sagittarius and Scorpius constellation border.

  1. How far away is Sagittarius A?

Sagittarius A is 25,640 light years far away from us.

  1. What is Sagittarius B?

Sagittarius B is also known as Sagittarius B2 that is located about 120 parsecs (390 ly) from the center of the Milky Way and is a giant molecular cloud of gas and dust.

  1. When was Sagittarius A discovered?

Sagittarius A was discovered in February 13, 1974.

  1. Can wormholes exist?

Wormholes are science fiction. They are postulated by the general theory of relativity that it is possible to move from one place to another in space without crossing the space between.

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