A Brief History of Time
Random House Publishing Group, 1998 M09 1 - 240 páginas
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However , we believe that there are much larger objects in the universe , like the central regions of galaxies , that can also undergo gravitational collapse to produce black holes ; an astronaut on one of these would not be torn apart ...
They argued that the rapid movements involved in a star's collapse would mean that the gravitational waves it gave off would make it ever more spherical , and by the time it had settled down to a stationary state , it would be precisely ...
So after gravitational collapse a black hole must settle down into a state in which it could be rotating ... shape would depend only on its mass and rate of rotation , and not on the nature of the body that had collapsed to form it .
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LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - DzejnCrvena - LibraryThing
I got the version with no pictures in it, so I can't understand some concepts mentioned in the book. May reread later when I become (more) interested in physics or astronomy. It's one of the books I just picked randomly, even though my significant other mentioned it at least once. Leer comentario completo
LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - Rose999 - LibraryThing
Ha, what can you say about this book? I liked it a lot, the concepts are extremely difficult to grasp at times but we are talking about theories that are being worked on by some of the most ... Leer comentario completo
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