New NASA Simulation Shows How a Black Hole Gets Formed - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

The NASA Astrophysics group has released a video simulation created by the Albert Einstein Institute in Germany that shows what happens when two neutron stars collide before coming together to create a gamma ray burst and form a black hole. When giant stars explode into a supernova, they leave behind a very dense compressed core that contains the mass of about one and half of our suns in a small sphere the size of an asteroid, which is called a neutron star.



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