Anonymous asked: why do black holes have sizes if theyre all just a singularity???
The size of a black hole does not work like the size of a planet, or a common sphere. This size is defined by its event horizon (“the point of no return”). If something crosses this limit, it will never come back, even light.
The horizon’s radius depends of the black hole’s mass. The more massive the black hole, the larger its radius.
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