The Closest Black Hole to Earth, the Size of the Closest Black Hole to Earth, the Location of the Closest Black Hole to Earth, What an Observer Will See When Viewing a Black Hole, and the Reason Scientists Understand the Capabilities of a Black Hole

The closest black hole to earth is 26,000 light years away at the center of the galaxy. Scientists approximate that the size of this black hole is about the same size as the sun. To see this black hole, an observer needs only to look up in the night sky towards the constellation of Sagittarius. They will not be able to see it because not even light can escape a black hole which has infinite mass and infinite density, but it is still there. Scientists know this because light bends around and dist...

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