This week I studied what is known about Black Holes which are invisible so we can only learn about them by learning about what is going on around them. A lot of people think that stuff gets sucked into Black Holes but that is not true. Black Holes are invisible because light can not get out. This is because space and time are traveling toward the center at the same speed as light.
Stellar Black Holes form when huge stars collapse in on themselves. Super-massive Black Holes, like the one in the middle of our galaxy were formed at creation. Here are some videos you might enjoy. This one is Christian and this one isn’t (Joel, age 13).
And here’s a flashback to what was going on in our Hawaiian homeschool 6 years ago this week.