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What is the Schwarzschild radius, in kilometers, of a black hole whose mass is 3.06×10^8 MSun?

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  • What is the Schwarzschild radius, in kilometers, of a black hole whose mass is 3.06×10^8 MSun?


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Answer #1 | 28/03 2017 02:29
http://astronomy.swin.edu.au/cosmos/S/Schwarzschild+Radius Simple calculation.
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Answer #2 | 28/03 2017 03:41
(2.95 • 3.06[8]) km = 9.03[8] km
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Answer #3 | 28/03 2017 03:21
The radius of a solar sized black hole is just under 3 km. So, it would be approximately 9x10^8 km. Its a really nice rule of thumb to get the radius of an arbitrary black hole since they are often expressed in terms of solar masses.
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