What is a white hole?
Question asked by: knowitall
White holes are not known to exist for sure. They are purely hypothetical entities.
A white hole as postulated is the other end of a black hole - rather than sucking in huge amounts of matter, they eject matter at a great rate.
The extreme curvature of spacetime around the vicinity of a black hole would be inverted at a white hole.
Average rating for this answer is 4 / 5
No comments have been added to this question "What is a white hole?".
Find out more about Astronomy
Astronomy Questions and Answers
stars Questions and Answers
Next question: Where would you find the sea of tranquility?
Become a Member! It's Free >>>
Share on Facebook:
More Questions:Is There Life Elsewhere In The Solar System?
What Kind Of Path Would The Planets Follow If Suddenly Their Attraction To The Sun No Longer Existed?
I Have No Advanced Knowledge Of Physics Or Math, But It Does Seem To Me That There Are Repeated Patterns In The Universe And I Wonder If "the Big Crunch" And What Happens In A Black Hole May Be Versions Of The Same Pattern?
How Do We Know How Many Days To Have In A Year?
What Is The Surface Of The Moon Like?