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For movie in context, see Approaching the Black Hole: Movie

Movie image at 100 Schwarzschild radii.

Approaching the black hole (89K GIF movie icon movie).

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For movie in context, see Approaching the Black Hole: The stellar system

Trajectory into black hole, with blue star.

Plan view of the fictional stellar system and our trajectory into it. The trajectory ends at the location of the black hole (3K GIF movie icon animation).

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For movie in context, see Approaching the Black Hole: Trajectory

Plan view of our trajectory.

Plan view of our trajectory into the black hole (6K GIF movie icon animation).

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For movie in context, see Orbiting the Black Hole: Movie

Movie image 264 degrees after the probe is fired.

Orbiting the black hole (95K GIF movie icon movie). This version of the movie includes a probe being fired, once per orbit.

Clicking on the image gives you a double-size version of the same movie (same 95K GIF, same resolution, just twice as big on the screen).


For movie in context, see Orbiting the Black Hole: Orbit

Frame from orbit movie.

Orbiting the black hole (53K GIF movie icon movie). This version of the movie omits the probe.

Clicking on the image gives you a larger version of the movie (same 53K GIF, same resolution, just bigger on the screen).


For movie in context, see Falling to the Singularity of the Black Hole: Movie

Movie image at 0.35 Schwarzschild radii.

Falling to the singularity of the black hole (217K GIF movie icon movie).

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For movie in context, see Dive into the Black Hole

Dive movie image at the horizon, 1 Schwarzschild radius.

Free fall radial dive, straight into the black hole (76K GIF movie icon movie).

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For movie in context, see More about the Schwarzschild Geometry

Embedding diagram of the Schwarzschild geometry.

Embedding diagram of the Schwarzschild geometry (7K GIF movie icon animation).

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For movie in context, see More about the Schwarzschild Geometry: Gravitational redshift

Picture of photons moving in the Schwarzschild geometry.

A source at rest at 1.18 Schwarzschild radii emits light rays with the same initial wavelength in 6 equally spaced directions (14K GIF movie icon animation).

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For movie in context, see More about the Schwarzschild Geometry: Eddington-Finkelstein spacetime diagram

Eddington-Finkelstein spacetime diagram.

Schwarzschild coordinates morph into Finkelstein coordinates (28K GIF movie icon animation).

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For movie in context, see More about the Schwarzschild Geometry: Free-fall spacetime diagram

Free-fall spacetime diagram.

Schwarzschild coordinates morph into free-fall coordinates (41K GIF movie icon animation).

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For movie in context, see More about the Schwarzschild Geometry: Kruskal-Szekeres spacetime diagram

Kruskal-Szekeres spacetime diagram.

Finkelstein coordinates morph into Kruskal coordinates (50K GIF movie icon animation).

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For movie in context, see More about the Schwarzschild Geometry: Penrose diagram of the Schwarzschild geometry

Penrose diagram of the Schwarzschild geometry.

Kruskal coordinates morph into Penrose diagram (41K GIF movie icon animation).

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For movie in context, see White Holes and Wormholes: Schwarzschild wormhole

Embedding diagram of the Schwarzschild wormhole geometry, with white and black holes.

Schwarzschild wormhole, showing a white hole and a black hole connected by a wormhole (14K GIF movie icon animation).

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For movie in context, see Mirror Wormhole: Schwarzschild wormhole as a reflection?

Picture of the Schwarzschild wormhole as a reflection of the normal Schwarzschild geometry.

Could the Schwarzschild wormhole be merely a `reflection' of the normal Schwarzschild geometry (14K GIF movie icon animation)?.

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For movie in context, see White Holes and Wormholes: Instability of the Schwarzschild wormhole

Picture of wormhole with region between two inward pointing horizons.

Two white holes merge, form a wormhole, then fall apart into two black holes (52K GIF movie icon movie).

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For movie in context, see White Holes and Wormholes: Falling into a wormhole

Movie image at 0.35 Schwarzschild radii.

Falling into a wormhole (185K GIF movie icon movie).

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For movie in context, see Collapse to a Black Hole: Collapse of a uniform, pressureless sphere to a black hole

Sphere before collapse.

Collapse of a uniform, pressureless sphere of matter which free falls from zero velocity at infinity (137K GIF movie icon movie).

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For movie in context, see Collapse to a Black Hole: A spherical shell of matter falls on to the black hole

Picture of shell falling on to black hole.

A thin spherical shell of matter falls on to a black hole (106K GIF movie icon movie)

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For movie in context, see Collapse to a Black Hole: Kruskal-Szekeres spacetime diagram of the collapsing sphere

Kruskal-Szekeres spacetime diagram of sphere collapsing to a black hole.

Finkelstein coordinates morph into Kruskal coordinates, for a star collapsing to a black hole (40K GIF movie icon animation).

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For movie in context, see Collapse to a Black Hole: Penrose diagram of the collapsing sphere

Penrose diagram of sphere collapsing to a black hole.

Kruskal coordinates morph into Penrose diagram, for a star collapsing to a black hole (74K GIF movie icon animation).

Clicking on the image gives you a double-size version of the same animation (same 74K GIF, same resolution, just twice as big on the screen).


For movie in context, see Hawking Radiation

A photon.

Quantum mechanical Hawking radiation from a black hole (5K GIF movie icon animation).

Clicking on the image gives you a larger version of the same animation (same 5K GIF, same resolution, just larger on the screen).


For movie in context, see Hawking Radiation: Evaporation of a mini black hole

Mini black hole.

A mini black hole evaporates by Hawking radiation (7K GIF movie icon animation).

Clicking on the image gives you a larger version of the same animation (same 7K GIF, same resolution, just larger on the screen).


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Updated 3 Oct 2010