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With all the excitement surrounding the new Star Wars movie it is a big day for lovers of science fiction But how much does the average person really understand about beaming up phasers and photons wormholes and warp drive How powerful are these fantasies compared to the real thing If theories of their existence are true black holes are the most powerful force in the known physical universe however do they even exist Most scientists believe so but by their very nature black holes are impossible to observe One can only see how the hole affects the space around it and draw conclusions from there Enough information is known to imagine what it would be like to explore one in a spaceship during a far distant Star Wars future though Many people are familiar with the term black hole but few people actually know anything about this phenomenon beyond reading science fiction books A black hole forms as a result of a massive star running out of fuel to burn Once the star is no longer exerting outward force by burning off gases it begins to collapse under its own intense inward gravity Chaisson 193 It is like slowly letting the air out of a balloon Once the star is shrunk to a certain size while its mass or weight remains the same its gravity becomes so powerful that nothing can escape Hawking 87 This critical size to weight ratio is known as the Schwarzchild Radius Hawking 87 Once a black hole is created in this way an invisible area or boundary exists If any object crosses this line it can no longer escape the gravitational force of the black hole Hawking 87 This line is called the event horizon Hawking 87 If black holes are proven to exist beyond theoretical physics then they would probably be a very common anomaly in this universe In 1915 Albert Einstein put forth the first real proposition
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