Can the sun get sucked into a black hole?
Sure it can be sucked into a black hole - if it gets near enough. But that is not very likely to happen anytime soon.
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It cannot be known if the earth will ever be destroyed by a blackhole. Certainly our sun could never become one as it does not have sufficient mass. Since the sun is a star. …As some stars do when they die, they could turn into a blackhole. So the sun, when it dies, could possibly turn into a blackhole.
If you think as space as a flat surface a black hole would look like a funnel and things would be drawn twords it. Also when you reach the black hole time would stop and you w…ould die at the same time.
If the sun became a black hole without increasing its mass, earth would continue to orbit the black hole just as it orbits the sun. The problem is that the black hole would no…t emit light as the sun does. This would result in the earth "going dark" and freezing solid.
I can't tell you the exact time, but it would probably be somewhat quick. The sun is made up litterally of flames and gas. All the black hole would have to do is pull the fla…mes and gas into the mouth of the hole and the sun is gone. It seems to me that it would take a few minutes, depending on the size of the hole. If it is a small hole, made by a star about the size of our sun, it would take around three to five minutes. Maybe more.
No. The nearest black hole is over 1,600 light years away.
No. Assuming the sun's mass were compressed into a black hole, the sun would still have the same mass. The gravitational pull created by that mass would not be affected beyond… the distance of the sun's present surface area.
yes, A black hole can suck anything and everything up.
A black hole sucks anything and everything that is in its gravitational pull.
yes. The centrifugal forces of the black hole alone will rip you apart.
Your life will be over in an instant
A black hole doesn't "suck" things in. It pulls them in with it's immense gravity. In order to suck something in, there must be something to fill in empty space such as air.
A black hole will attract you through its gravity - just like any other object will.
No human has ever come near a black hole. If one did, the intensegravitational pull of the black hole would pull them in and tearthem to atoms, long before they reached the ev…ent horizon.
The Sun could - if a black hole stayed too close to the Sun. However, the Sun will not be sucked. The closest black hole is about 1,600 light years away.
In theory, yes, a black hole could suck up the sun.
If there was one nearby it could, but as there isn't it won't.
The black hole will get more massive. Some energy will be radiatedaway. If you'd like more details, please rephrase your question in a morespecific fashion. The Sun is in no …danger of encountering a blackhole in the foreseeable future, so there's no real rush.