Nov 19 - Astronomers haven’t been able to visually
observe black holes because nothing can escape from them, not even light
or radiation. Read more ›
Jason Hofgartner, a graduate student in planetary science
Sagan Planet Walk
Denise Schmitz (REU summer '12), Luke Leisman (2nd year), Manolis Papastergis (6th year), Greg Hallenbeck (5th year), Mike Jones (2nd year), Betsey Adams (6th year).
Fact #10: Not Your Everyday Black Hole
There is a black hole millions of times the mass of the Sun at the center of the Milky Way galaxy.
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