Introduction – Black hole usually deals with first rule by placing it in a space containing a lot of stuff that are closely packed together. It has already accumulated mass as the gravity that nothing can escape it. Light cannot escape a black hole with gravitational pull as it is getting stronger. Anything related to gravity includes both Earth and the Sun.
There is an event that passes a point known as horizon, which is contained by every black hole. The black hole has the mass of single star like the collective mass of millions of stars. The event at the horizon will surrounds each and every black hole exactly like an imaginary sphere. It acts like the boundary which cannot be returned.
Process – When someone will reach closer to the centre of the black hole, the gravity is pulled very strongly on your lower body and then to the upper body in the next level. It results with a feeling where the feet are drawn away from the rest of your body and later it can be stretched easily. Everything, at the center of the black hole directly collapsed to a single point.
Formation – The gravitational pull of an object is completely depends on the amount of stuff it contains. But planets and stars always comes with greater force of attraction. Black holes are very dense. They are exactly similar to the cosmic vacuum cleaners that help in sucking thing which passes by. The main function of the black hole is to create extra-ordinary. When stars get pulled in, it get shredded.
Most of the black holes make their formation after the giant star that usually runs out of fuel and collapses. Before the formation tiny dark point, the star gets shrink. This is known as stellar-mass black hole. But the original black hole maintains same gravity and mass.
Conclusion – Our galaxy contains about 100 millions of black holes. Once, it was estimated that new holes are formed every second.