Describe the information about Black Holes
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Black holes are areas in space that are characterised by density and, hence, experience so much gravitational pull that no matter located nearby can escape (Mathew par.2). The high density makes them draw any matter, either light or electromagnetic radiation within their sphere of influence. The strong gravitational pull occurring in a black hole is as a result of matter being pressed into a very tiny space. A black Hole’s mass is more often concentrated at a point where the density is almost infinite, known as the singularity. At this point of singularity, gravity is so strong that it crushes everything out of existence. This gravitational force lessens as the distance from the singularity point increases.
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