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Event horizon / black holes and Schwarzschild metrics..

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Wikipedia:
Schwarzschild metric! – called the event horizon, which is situated at the Schwarzschild radius, often called the radius of a black hole. Any non-rotating and non-charged mass
Schwarzschild radius! – hence the name "black hole". Black holes can be classified based on their Schwarzschild radius, or equivalently, by their density. Black holes with very high
Black hole! – nor angular momentum. These black holes are often referred to as Schwarzschild black holes after Karl Schwarzschild who discovered this solution in 1916
General relativity! – gravitational collapse, and the objects known today as black holes. In the same year, the first steps towards generalizing Schwarzschild‘s solution to electrically
Reissner–Nordström metric! – Schwarzschild black hole, they have two horizons: the event horizon and an internal Cauchy horizon. As with the Schwarzschild metric, the event horizons for the spacetime

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