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Subject: VRD - black holes, light trajectories

Date: Tue Oct 26 11:26:27 1999
Posted by Lukasz
Grade level: 10-12 School: No school entered.
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Area of science: Physics
ID: 940951587.Ph

I presume that if lights pass close to a blackhole it will be
atracked in too it in a spiral trajectory and it will keep a constant
speed. But if i could produce a flash of light inside a black hole, will
the light escape and be just curved or it couldn t escape? If it couldn t
so it would have to be slower and revers direction, but according to the
special relativity it s speed is constant. So what would happen?

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