Author: Mustafa Amiri
Have you ever wondered what is inside a black hole, or who called it a black hole? The person who named it was Karl Schwarzschild and the person who first published information about it was David Finkelstein in the year 1958. Fun fact: if a star (sun) dies or has no more energy, that means it would blow up and would create a black hole; but it will take millions or billions of years to blow up. Also, if you take one spoonful of the gas of the dead star (sun) it would equal the amount of gas of three planet Earths. Many people are worried about what is inside a black hole. Well, they should be worried because nobody really knows what is inside a black hole. Some hypotheses are that being inside a black hole will kill you, or that there is a different dimension inside a black hole. They could be right, or they could be wrong. In my opinion, they are wrong. Many scientists that work at N.A.S.A or for the Soviet space agency want to know what's inside a black hole, but the nearest blace hole is 125 light years away and they cannot travel that far. Also, many scientists are still testing or wondering what's inside a black hole because scientists have the brains, N.A.S.A has the materials, and the Soviets have the weapons in case of an alien attack. Fun fact: people have been thinking about how big a black hole is, and they think it can be way bigger than the sun or way smaller than the sun.