A2_5 Black hole Sun

Jessica Goldie, Adam Edward Crossland, Amy Louise Fleetham, Georgina Holyoak, Stephanie Neumann


This paper investigates what would happen if a planet’s host star was instantaneously replaced by a black hole of equal radius. It was found that the mass of a black hole needed to ensure near enough instantaneous absorption of the original host star is 2.3×108 M. Latterly some other consequences of the new Black hole Sun have also been explored.

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