Some of the strangest and most interesting objects in space are black holes. Because of their enormous density and powerful gravitational pull, not even light can escape them

The Milky Way could contain over 100 million black holes, Sagittarius A*, a supermassive black hole, is located at the centre of the Milky Way

In 2019, the Event Horizon Telescope captured the first image of a black hole (EHT)

In 1916, Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity made the first prediction about the existence of black holes, and in 1967, American astronomer John Wheeler introduced the term "black hole."

Black holes are typically divided into three groups: 1.Stellar Mass Blackhole 2.Supermassive Black holes 3. Intermediate Mass Black holes

Stellar Mass Blackhole: These are black holes that are  formed due to the gravitational collapse of a single massive star.

Stellar Mass Blackhole: These are black holes that are formed due to the gravitational collapse of a single massive star

A supermassive black hole  is the largest type of black hole, its  Diameter roughly 45 million km, about 30 times the diameter of the Sun

The gap between star black holes and supermassive black holes, which lurk at the galactic centres, is filled by intermediate-mass black holes

The gap between star black holes and supermassive black holes, which lurk at the galactic centres, is filled by intermediate-mass black holes

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