Subject: can a black hole rotate faster than light?
Date: Mon Feb 21 22:33:08 2000
Posted by paul fennessey
Grade level: grad (science)
School: No school entered.
City: prunedale State/Province: ca
Area of science: Astronomy
if angular momentum is conserved and a large (10+solar mass)collapses into
a black hole will it's spin excede the speed of light if its rotation is
equal or greater than our suns?
Re: can a black hole rotate faster than light?
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