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The black hole at the center of galaxy M87 fifty million light-years away is the most massive black hole for which a precise mass has been measured -6.6 billion solar masses.
Astronomer Karl Gebhardt of the University of Texas, Austin, said that the black hole’s event horizon, 20 billion km across “could swallow our solar system whole.”
Originally posted by jessieg
Well I really don't think that a black hole is doom.
If there really are multiverses, then sometimes one might be bumping against another. It is supposed to look like bubbles, the skin of each bubble is a universe. So I think a black hole is just where one is bumping against another really.
If this sucked our universe in, maybe we wouldn't know it, and just get spit out some other place.
edit on 19-1-2011 by jessieg because: (no reason given)