Black Holes

Are There Still Black Holes From When The Universe Began?

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The Big Bang is responsible for creating everything in our universe—planets, stars, even black holes. Primordial black holes would have been formed during the Big Bang, and they might still be around. Watch the video below to learn more about them.

Black Holes From The Dawn Of Time

If primordial black holes were still around, what would they be like?

Super Massive Black Holes Explained

How does a black hole form?

Primordial Gravitational Waves

Find out what the discovery of gravitational waves has to do with the early universe.

Written by Curiosity Staff October 17, 2016

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