Lecture Notes for PHYS 144 - Astronomy with Heddle at Christopher Newport (CNU)

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Material Type:Note 14
Class:PHYS 144 - Astronomy
University:Christopher Newport University
Term:Fall 2009
  • Black Holes
  • General Relativity
  • Particularly
  • Event Horizon
  • Stellar Spectra
  • Tidal Force
  • Theory of Relativity
  • Singularity
  • Binary System
  • Experiments
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Chapter 14: Black Holes: Matters of Gravity WHAT DO YOU THINK?  Are black holes empty holes in space?  Does a black hole have a solid surface?  What power or force enables black holes to draw things into them?  Can you use black holes to travel to different places in the universe?  Do black holes last forever? You will discover…        that Einstein’s general theory of relativity predicts regions of space and time that are severely distorted by the extremely dense mass they contain that space and time are not separate entities how black holes arise the surprisingly simple theoretical properties of black holes that X rays and jets of gas are created near many black holes the apparent bizarre fate of black holes unsurpassed energy emitted by gamma-ray bursts The Speed of Light Is Constant Movement and Space The faster an object moves, the shorter it becomes in its direction of motion as observed by someone not moving with the object. (Length Contraction) Tim...

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