• Question: Does energy get lost when it is sucked into a black hole?

    Asked by 949xmasen23 to Hannah, James, Meggi, Olivia, Oli, Paul, Saiful on 6 Jan 2017.
    • Photo: Saiful Islam

      Saiful Islam answered on 6 Jan 2017:

      Not my area of expertise since I’m not into theoretical physics. My understanding is that a black hole is a region of spacetime that shows such strong gravitational effects that nothing (light or particles) can escape from inside it. But it has stellar mass so it still has energy. Energy would not be lost but converted to another form.


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