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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! – form a black hole. The boundary of the region from which no escape is possible is called the event horizon. Although crossing the event horizon has enormous
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
De Sitter–Schwarzschild metric!black hole event horizons and also cosmological horizons. The de Sitter–Schwarzschild solution is the simplest solution which has both. The metric of

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