Effects Of Falling Into a Black Hole By kaila-nobody
  • Spaghettification

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        • Something in a strong gravitational field force experiences a tidal force
that stretches it in the direction of the field force. This is due to the inverse square law.

    • The Inverse Square law states that a physical quantity or strength is
inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the source of that physical quantity.

  • Gravitational Time Dilation

  • ** The effect of time passing at different rates in regions of different gravitational
potential (relative to the observer)

  • Gravitational Red Shift
    • Light of a certain wavelength in a region of stronger gravitational force looks longer
to an observer in a region of weaker gravitational force making it look more red.
Works Cited: www.wikipedia.org