Do black holes have a lot of energy inside them?



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    Black holes are basically just made up of gravitational force rather than energy. They result when a massive star experiences a gravitational collapse, meaning it collapses into itself. It then becomes a “singularity,” a point at which it has infinite density (it can contain anything forever, a huge, infinite mass). When this happens, an “event horizon” appears and once something goes beyond that event horizon, there’s no escape for whatever it happens to be (light included). We really have no secure idea abot what goes on inside black holes because once something goes in, it doesn’t come back out.

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