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Light is an electromagnetic wave. A black hole's gravity is supposedly strong enough to pull in light. However, what if it isn't the gravity but its magnetic field. As far as I know a neutron star's magnetic field is extremely strong. Well if a black hole's magnetic field is any where near as strong as its gravational field then its magnetic field may stop the light, not its gravity.
Re: Could light be 'canccled out' by an extremely strong magnetic field.
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