Black Holes Don’t Suck — with Abigail Frost — The Cosmic Companion 29 March 2022

We look at the densest objects known to astronomers — black holes — with Dr. Abigail Frost, astrophysicist at KU Leuven

Welcome back to The Cosmic Companion. This week we talk about why Black Holes Don’t Suck as we discuss these bizarre features of…

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