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طبق نسبیت اینشتین میدان گرانشی یک سیاه چاله به فضا - زمان انحنا می دهد. در این انحنا مرزی ایجاد می شود که هیچ چیز حتی نور نمی تواند از این مرز بگذرد. این مرز را افق رویداد می گویند
 

 

The event horizon is the gravity field of a black hole where the space-time is so bent that light cannot escape it. The event horizon creates a region in space where nothing can escape, if nothing can go beyond the speed of light. Thus when something enters the event horizon, it will vanish without a trace. Should the object be emitting something, after it is enveloped by the event horizon, not even the emissions that traced its existence will escape the black hole.  

 

 

اشعه ی نور هنگام عبور از کنار سیاه چاله خمیده می شود اما بازگشت دارد. ولی به محض آنکه به افق رویداد برسد دیگر باز نخواهد گشت.

 
Image copyright 1998 by John Chang.

This creates something called the cosmic censorship hypothesis, proposed by Roger Penrose, that can be summarized as "God abhors a naked singularity" (Hawking 114). This means that no one outside of the event horizon of a black hole is capable of observing the breakdown of classical physics inside a black hole (Hawking 115). However, the black hole is also unforgiving towards those who would dare enter the event horizon (Hawking 115).

 

Black Hole Dtection

 

Image copyright 1998 by John Chang.

 

حال سیاه چاله ای را در نظر بگیرید که بين زمين و يك جسم سماوي ديگر مانند ستاره قرار گرفته باشد و نور آن براي رسيدن به زمين از كنار آن بگذرد. دو پرتو نوري كه از آن متصاعد شدوه و از دو طرف سیاه چاله عبور مي كنند، اين دو پرتو توسط سیاه چاله مياني نخست واگرا مي شوند و دوباره همگرا مي گردند و سیاه چاله مياني  مانند يك عدسي رفتار مي كند. سیاه چاله را می توان از روی شدت کانونی شدن نور تشخیص داد.  

Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity proposes that the most densest and massive objects conceivable, such as black holes, have gravity that is so strong that nothing, not even light, can escape their grasp. So if light is not given off by black holes, how do we detect them? It would seem that attempting to detect a black hole would be "a bit like looking for a black cat in a coal cellar" (Hawking 121). Following are just four ways in which black holes can (and have been) detected.

When a star collapses and changes into a black hole, the strength of its gravitational field still remains the same as it had been before the collapse. Therefore the planets in orbit would not be affected. The planets would continue in their orbits as usual and would not be drawn into the black hole. Because black holes do not give off any light, the planets would appear to be orbiting around nothing. There is reason to believe that the planets could just be orbiting about a star that is too faint to be seen, but there is an equal chance that a black hole could be present (Hewitt 187).

Because the gravity of a black hole is so intense, dust particles from nearby stars and dust clouds are pulled into the black hole. As the dust particles speed and heat up, they emit x-rays. Objects that emit x-rays can be detected by x-ray telescopes outside of the Earth's atmosphere (Miller).

Black holes can be detected through a technique called gravity lensing. Gravity lensing occurs when a massive object, in this case a black hole, passes between a star and the Earth. The black hole acts as a lens when its gravity bends the star's light rays and focuses them on the Earth. From an observer's point of view on the Earth, the star would appear to brighten. Einstein's general relativity theory suggests that light should follow the path of bent time and space, which in this scenario, is bent by the black hole's gravity (Miller).

Black holes can be detected by measuring how much mass there is in a certain region of space. Black holes have large, dark masses concentrated in small volumes. If a region has large amounts of this dark mass, then one can suspect the presence of a black hole.

 

 

 

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