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Can Black Holes Explode?

9 Apr 2014, 14:37 UTC
Can Black Holes Explode?
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Question: Can a black hole explode? – Dirk Answer: Black holes don’t really “explode”, which implies that they generate a large outburst of energy which ultimately tears them apart, but they do have outbursts (also, unfortunately, referred to as “explosions”). … Continue reading →

Question: Can a black hole explode? – Dirk
Answer: Black holes don’t really “explode”, which implies that they generate a large outburst of energy which ultimately tears them apart, but they do have outbursts (also, unfortunately, referred to as “explosions”). The black hole at the center of our Galaxy, for example, appears to have produced an outburst of energy about two million years ago.
Jeff Mangum

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