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World of Knowledge (Australia) - - Science -

Black holes are in­vis­i­ble. Their mas­sive grav­ity means they even swal­low light. They’re only dis­cov­ered when their force of grav­ity di­verts light beams. Fur­ther­more, when they swal­low stars, the vic­tims’ mat­ter heats up to such a de­gree that they be­tray the lo­ca­tion of the black hole.

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