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27 August, 07:01

Read this excerpt from A Black Hole Is NOT a Hole. Unfortunately for the curious traveler, actually visiting a black hole in the near future is downright impossible. Even the nearest black holes are too far away. For example, one of Earth's closest black-hole "neighbors" is about 1,600 light years away. (That's about 9 quadrillion miles, or 14 quadrillion kilometers.) No spacecraft is going to get you to a black hole and back by dinnertime - even if you live to be one hundred and only want dinner on your last day. Which question do the paragraphs answer? Where are most black holes located in the universe? What are the names of Earth's black-hole neighbors? Why are we unable to visit black holes now? Why are black holes not located closer to Earth

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  1. 27 August, 07:13
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    c. Why are we unable to visit black holes now?
  2. 27 August, 07:18
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    Answer: why are we unable to get to black holes now
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