Where are the planets swallowed by black holes? Scientists give the answer
With the development of technology, mankind now has the ability to explore the universe, not only can it send probe satellites to space, just Even astronauts can be sent to space, and even to extraterrestrial planets (NASA’s Apollo program once sent many astronauts to the moon).
With the development of space exploration activities, mankind also has a preliminary understanding of the universe, and many magical things have also been discovered in the universe, such as the black hole we are going to understand today. In fact, the taste of black holes is one of the most miraculous and hidden objects that humans have ever discovered in the universe.
Speaking of black holes, I believe many people will remember its unparalleled ability to devour, after all, this is one of his most prominent features. In fact, the first to propose the black hole theory was Einstein, who calculated the existence of black holes through the general theory of relativity. When Einstein’s black hole theory was put forward again, it was not accepted, because this theory was too advanced, and people at that time, including astronomers, were puzzled by this theory. Because of this, Einstein’s black hole theory has not been widely recognized. It wasn’t until April 2019 that people took photos of black holes through advanced vision sight glasses, thus confirming the existence of black holes.
Black hole is the modern general theory of relativity in the universe A celestial body that exists in space has a great gravitational force, making the escape velocity in the field of vision greater than the speed of light.
So, why do black holes have the ability to swallow? It is understood that this is because the mass of the black hole is very large, and its gravity is also very strong. It is important to know that both the velocity of the first universe and the velocity of the second universe are related to the mass of the celestial body itself. Simply put, the greater the mass of an object, the greater its speed. However, the mass of a black hole is much larger than ordinary celestial bodies, so the speed it needs is much higher than the speed of the second universe, even higher than the speed of light. In this case, matter whose speed is lower than the speed of light will be sucked into the black hole.
So, where did the celestial body sucked in by the black hole go? In fact, we don’t know where the celestial bodies sucked in by black holes finally go, because humans have not observed the black hole swallowing the planet, so we are not sure what the black hole will do to the planet? Even so, some scientists have speculated. Scientists say that a planet engulfed by a black hole may be torn into tiny particles and then absorbed by the black hole, thereby further increasing the mass of the black hole. Of course, all this remains to be explored. What do you think of this?