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  • 1. INTRODUCTION
  • 2. AIMTO ACQUAINT YOU WITH THE CREATION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF BLACK HOLES
  • 3. PREVIEW• PART 1 : BIRTH OF A STAR• PART 2 : CREATION OF BLACK HOLES• PART 3 : DETECTION OF BLACK HOLES• PART 4 : TYPES OF BLACK HOLES
  • 4. PART I : BIRTH OF A STAR
  • 5. E = mc 2
  • 6. RELATIVITY• SPACE - TIME• GRAVITY EFFECTS TIME• LIGHT IS BENT DUE TO GRAVITY
  • 7. STAR APPARENT POSITION SUN OF STAREARTH
  • 8. RELATIVITY• SPACE - TIME• GRAVITY EFFECTS TIME• LIGHT IS BENT DUE TO GRAVITY• LAWS OF PHYSICS BREAK DOWN AT THE BIG BANG AND IN BLACK HOLES
  • 9. MODERN BIG BANGUNIVERSE
  • 10. PART II : CREATION OF BLACK HOLES
  • 11. CHANDRASEKHAR LIMIT
  • 12. <STAR’S MASS CHANDRASEKHAR LIMIT WHITE DWARF
  • 13. STAR’S MASS < CHANDRASEKHAR LIMIT WHITE DWARF NEUTRON STAR
  • 14. STAR’S MASS > CHANDRASEKHAR LIMIT
  • 15. SINGULARITYEVENTHORIZON
  • 16. GOD ABHORS A NAKEDSINGULARITY
  • 17. PART III : DETECTION OF BLACK HOLES
  • 18. BLACK HOLES AREN’T SO BLACK
  • 19. CHANDRA OBSERVATORY
  • 20. HUBBLE TELESCOPE
  • 21. NGC 6240
  • 22. PART IV : TYPES OF BLACK HOLES
  • 23. TYPES OF BLACK HOLES• STELLAR MASS BLACK HOLES
  • 24. TYPES OF BLACK HOLES• STELLAR MASS BLACK HOLES• MEDIUM MASS BLACK HOLES
  • 25. TYPES OF BLACK HOLES• STELLAR MASS BLACK HOLES• MEDIUM MASS BLACK HOLES• SUPER MASSIVE BLACK HOLES
  • 26. CONCLUSION