Timeline of black hole physics

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Timeline of black hole physics

Pre-20th Century[edit]

20th Century[edit]

21st Century[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Thorne, Kip S. Black holes and time warps : Einstein's outrageous legacy. New York. ISBN 0393035050. OCLC 28147932.
  2. ^ Ferrarese, Laura; Ford, Holland (February 2005). "Supermassive Black Holes in Galactic Nuclei: Past, Present and Future Research". Space Science Reviews. 116 (3–4): 523–624. it is fair to say that the single most influential event contributing to the acceptance of black holes was the 1967 discovery of pulsars by graduate student Jocelyn Bell. The clear evidence of the existence of neutron stars – which had been viewed with much skepticism until then – combined with the presence of a critical mass above which stability cannot be achieved, made the existence of stellar-mass black holes inescapable.
  3. ^ Genzel, R; Hollenbach, D; Townes, C H (1994-05-01). "The nucleus of our Galaxy". Reports on Progress in Physics. 57 (5): 417–479. doi:10.1088/0034-4885/57/5/001. ISSN 0034-4885.
  4. ^ [1] Scientific American - Big Gulp: Flaring Galaxy Marks the Messy Demise of a Star in a Supermassive Black Hole

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