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.A Galaxy Full of Black Holes (PowerPoint & suggested script)

.A Galaxy Full of Black Holes (PowerPoint & suggested script) .A Galaxy Full of Black Holes (PowerPoint & suggested script)

Answer common questions asked by the public: What happens to a spaceship that falls into a black hole? Will the black holes in our Galaxy eventually suck up everything in it - a cosmic vacuum cleaner? What would happen to Earth if the Sun was replaced by a black hole of the same mass? If we can't see black holes, how do we know they are there? Use with activities from the resource "Black Hole Survival ToolKit".

Download FileDownload A Galaxy Full of Black Holes PowerPoint (PPT, 8.8 MB)
Download FileDownload Suggested Script (PDF, 119 KB)

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