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10561013 No.10561013 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

What happens to the mass at the center of a star when it collapses into a black hole.

It can't fall behind the event horizon, because that's impossible from the our point of reference, right?

>> No.10561044

>>10561013
bump guys comon

>> No.10561087

>>10561013
lads

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>>10561087
Help

>> No.10561616

>>10561013
It collapses inside to a singularity. We see it as an infinitely drawn out redshifted collapse to the horizon.

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