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Schwarzschild black hole


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A non-rotating black hole with no electrical charge. This is the simplest case of a black hole, predicted by K. Schwarzschild in 1916, but is unlikely to be found in reality. The most likely form for black holes is the rotating Kerr black hole.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.


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