Our universe is a vast abyss, always expanding without any end. Many objects in space are exciting and interesting. One great mystery is the black hole. Ever since the early 1960 they have been the object of many scientists work. But has been talked about among great minds since 1783, when a astronomer named John Michell first recorded his findings of the black holes.

Questions still surround these holes like what are black holes, how are they formed, and what happens if you were to go in one? Black holes are the mysterious dark regions of the universe. A black hole is an area of space made up of extremely dense matter in which everything is pulled in and nothing can escape, not even light. Not many people think a black hole is bottomless. No one knows what happens if you were to be thrown into a black hole. The two most likely outcomes are you could be thrown into a different galaxy with (worm hole) the other is that you would be turned into matter by the force of a black hole.

All black holes are formed from the gravitational collapse of a star, usually having a great, massive, core, creating a mass so dense that light cannot escape it, that is why they call it a black hole Light, the fastest moving thing in our universe cannot escape a black hole. Earth? s escape velocity is about 7 miles per second and the suns is 100 miles per second. Light has a much greater escape velocity of about 186, 000 miles per second. Black holes are very mysterious and interesting. We know very little about them and maybe we will never really know everything we want to know about them. one day we might be able to answer all of our own questions and maybe even be able to use them to our advantage and go where we have only been in our dreams..