Black holes are very dense objects with such a strong gravitational pull that no particles or even electromagnetic radiation such as light can escape from.
According to general relativity theory, a sufficiently compact mass may bend spacetime and create a black hole.
Black holes are invisible to telescopes that look for light, x-rays, or other types of electromagnetic radiation.
But by observing how they affect neighboring matter, we may assume the existence of black holes and study them. A black hole will accrete matter, or pull it inward, if it passes through a cloud of interstellar matter, for instance.
A normal star may experience a similar behavior as it approaches a black hole. In this situation, when the star is being drawn toward the black hole, it may rip apart. The heated and accelerated attracting matter radiates x-rays into space as it accelerates and warms up.
Latest discoveries provide some fascinating evidence that black holes have a profound impact on the areas surrounding them. They release strong gamma ray bursts, eat neighboring stars, and stimulate or hinder the birth of new stars depending on where they are located.
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