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The Black Hole Death Problem
Did you know black holes aren't black? Learn more about space with an episode from a larger series exploring physics. We know more about black holes now than ever before in history, yet we aren't sure we really know anything at all.
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- Read about gravitational waves kicking a black hole
- Go into more detail about Hawking radiation
- Relies on prior knowledge of black holes
- Offers subtitles in five languages for English learners
- Requires very little class time
- Works well in traditional or flipped classes
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