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Tracking the speed of an event horizon can tell us what a black hole ate, give us a clue as to how it was formed, and whether it survived a major collision.
A new paper argues that nothing ever really falls into a black hole thanks to extreme time dilation and frame dragging.
What happens to particles swallowed by a black hole? The answer could either confirm our understanding of the universe or alter everything we know about it.
Two physicists ask if you could ever expose the mysterious core of a black hole in a new paper.
Sometimes the legal system won't teach you a lesson. Physics might step in long before they do.