Falling into a black hole. by Alison Hammond and Jason Cheng. Background-Gravity. Gravity is one of the four fundamental interactions. General Relativity (GR) is the modern interpretation of gravity.
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a black hole
by Alison Hammond
and Jason Cheng
is the modern interpretation of gravity.
There are three ways we could study black holes.
1. We go to a black hole
2. We create a black hole
3. We simulate a black hole using GR equations
this numerically by hand.
-Explore motion near a black hole.
-Investigate objects falling into a black hole.
-Analyse the effect of radial acceleration.
-Model explorers approaching the black hole and then coming back out.
in the case of
1. Acceleration is too low:
2. Acceleration is too high:
Or if the acceleration is just right….
Acceleration Component at (blue)
Acceleration Component ar (red)
Acceleration measured in g
corresponds to experiencing
around 1g when hovering.
investigate smaller black holes.
but the maths much
messier and more time