A black hole, like this one pictured here, has a gravitational pull so intense that nothing, not even light, can escape it, according to NASA. Scientists think that mysterious, invisible radio bursts detected in space might be caused by black holes or dense stars colliding, but they’re not sure.
A black hole, like this one pictured here, has a gravitational pull so intense that nothing, not even light, can escape it, according to NASA. Scientists think that mysterious, invisible radio bursts detected in space might be caused by black holes or dense stars colliding, but they’re not sure. Instagram/NASA
A black hole, like this one pictured here, has a gravitational pull so intense that nothing, not even light, can escape it, according to NASA. Scientists think that mysterious, invisible radio bursts detected in space might be caused by black holes or dense stars colliding, but they’re not sure. Instagram/NASA

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