Subject: Why is the event horizon of a black hole flattened?
Date: Sat Sep 15 00:22:54 2001
Posted by George
Grade level: grad (science)
City: Prescott State/Province: AZ
Area of science: Astronomy
In the answer to the question ID 435 411 921.AS, the Moderator's note said
that the event horizon is a flattened sphere. I understand that a spherical
mass which rotates will become flattened by centrifugal force, but in this case
there is no mass rotating. and no radiation or field can escape from the black
Thank you, George Prehmus
Re: Why is the event horizon of a black hole flattened?
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