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Approaching the Black Hole: Movie
Approaching the black hole (89K GIF movie). Clicking on the image gives you a double-size version of the same movie (same 89K GIF, same resolution, just twice as big on the screen). |

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Approaching the Black Hole: The stellar system
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Approaching the Black Hole: Trajectory
Plan view of our trajectory into the black hole (6K GIF animation). Clicking on the image gives you a double-size version of the same animation (same 6K GIF, same resolution, just twice as big on the screen). |

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Orbiting the Black Hole: Movie
Orbiting the black hole (95K GIF 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). |

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Orbiting the Black Hole: Orbit
Orbiting the black hole (53K GIF 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). |

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Falling to the Singularity of the Black Hole: Movie
Falling to the singularity of the black hole (217K GIF movie). Clicking on the image gives you a double-size version of the same movie (same 217K GIF, same resolution, just twice as big on the screen). |

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Dive into the Black Hole
Free fall radial dive, straight into the black hole (76K GIF movie). Clicking on the image gives you a double-size version of the same movie (same 76K GIF, same resolution, just twice as big on the screen). |

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More about the Schwarzschild Geometry
Embedding diagram of the Schwarzschild geometry (7K GIF animation). Clicking on the image gives you a double-size version of the same animation (same 7K GIF, same resolution, just twice as big on the screen). |

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More about the Schwarzschild Geometry: Gravitational redshift
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More about the Schwarzschild Geometry: Eddington-Finkelstein spacetime diagram
Schwarzschild coordinates morph into Finkelstein coordinates (28K GIF animation). Clicking on the image gives you a double-size version of the same animation (same 28K GIF, same resolution, just twice as big on the screen). |

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More about the Schwarzschild Geometry: Free-fall spacetime diagram
Schwarzschild coordinates morph into free-fall coordinates (41K GIF animation). Clicking on the image gives you a double-size version of the same animation (same 41K GIF, same resolution, just twice as big on the screen). |

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More about the Schwarzschild Geometry: Kruskal-Szekeres spacetime diagram
Finkelstein coordinates morph into Kruskal coordinates (50K GIF animation). Clicking on the image gives you a double-size version of the same animation (same 50K GIF, same resolution, just twice as big on the screen). |

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More about the Schwarzschild Geometry: Penrose diagram of the Schwarzschild geometry
Kruskal coordinates morph into Penrose diagram (41K GIF animation). Clicking on the image gives you a double-size version of the same animation (same 41K GIF, same resolution, just twice as big on the screen). |

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White Holes and Wormholes: Schwarzschild wormhole
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Mirror Wormhole: Schwarzschild wormhole as a reflection?
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White Holes and Wormholes: Instability of the Schwarzschild wormhole
Two white holes merge, form a wormhole, then fall apart into two black holes (52K GIF movie). Clicking on the image gives you a double-size version of the same movie (same 52K GIF, same resolution, just twice as big on the screen). |

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White Holes and Wormholes: Falling into a wormhole
Falling into a wormhole (185K GIF movie). Clicking on the image gives you a double-size version of the same movie (same 185K GIF, same resolution, just twice as big on the screen). |

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Collapse to a Black Hole: Collapse of a uniform, pressureless sphere to a black hole
Clicking on the image gives you a double-size version of the same movie (same 137K GIF, same resolution, just twice as big on the screen). |

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Collapse to a Black Hole: A spherical shell of matter falls on to the black hole
A thin spherical shell of matter falls on to a black hole (106K GIF movie) Clicking on the image gives you a double-size version of the same movie (same 106K GIF, same resolution, just twice as big on the screen). |

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Collapse to a Black Hole:
Kruskal-Szekeres spacetime diagram of the collapsing sphere
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Collapse to a Black Hole:
Penrose diagram of the collapsing sphere
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). |

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Hawking Radiation
Quantum mechanical Hawking radiation from a black hole (5K GIF animation). Clicking on the image gives you a larger version of the same animation (same 5K GIF, same resolution, just larger on the screen). |

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Hawking Radiation: Evaporation of a mini black hole
A mini black hole evaporates by Hawking radiation (7K GIF 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