Crash Course – Astronomy – 33: Black Holes

This is the thirty-third video of the Crash Course – Astronomy series, hosted by Dr. Phil Plait. This video examines the requirements for a star forming a black hole, and how black hole behave.

From the video description:

Table of Contents:

  • How Stellar Mass Black Holes Are Formed 1:03
  • The Core 1:43
  • Nothing Can Escape Once It’s Inside 2:29
  • Gravity Intensifies The Closer You Get 3:33
  • Spaghettification 6:01
  • Time Will Slow Down Near A Black Hole 8:01
Crash Course Astronomy Video

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Crash Course channel on YouTube

Crash Course channel on YouTube

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Crash Course - Astronomy Series

Crash Course - Astronomy Series

This collection of YouTube videos is hosted by astronomer Phil Plait. It covers a vast range of astronomical topics at an introductory and approachable level.

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