Black Holes Web Page

Black holes are characterized by the following traits:

Mass varies.

Radius is called the Schwarzschild Radius  "bhprop_1.gif"

Mean Density is "bhprop_2.gif"

Surface potential due to gravity is ~1 G M/R c.

Black Hole Theory

History of Black Hole Theory Page

Schwarzschild Black Hole Page

Particle Trajectories in Schwarzschild Geometry Page

Nonsingularity in Schwarzschild Geometry Page

Reissner-Nordstrom Black Hole Page

Kerr Black Hole Page

General Properties of Black Holes Page

Black Hole Mechanics Page

Black Hole Thermodynamics and Evaporation Page

Event Horizons Page

Gravitational Collapse Page

Black Hole Electrodynamics Page

Black Hole Astrophysics Page

Spacetime Singularities Page

Black Hole Binaries Page

Primordial Black Holes Page

Perturbations of Black Holes Page

Fermions in Kerr Black Holes Page

General Black Hole Properties Page

Stationary Black Holes Page

Quantum Particle Creation by Black Holes Page

Black Hole Quantum Physics Page

Black Hole Thermodynamics Page

Unified Field Theories and Black Holes Page

Black Hole Interiors Page

Ultimate Fate of Black Holes and White Holes Page

Black Holes and Wormholes Page

Cosmic Censorship Page

Black Hole Interactions Page

Toroidal Black Holes Page

String Theory, M-Theory, and Black Holes Page

BPS Black Holes Page

Computational Models of Black Holes Page

Black Hole Observations

Cygnus X-1 Page

Observational Appearance of Black Holes Page

Astrophysical Evidence for Black Holes Page

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