Ambitwistor: Xai: that can't be right.It is right. Helpful conversion: a black hole's radius is 3 km for every solar mass.At that size it is 8.54x10^13 times the volume of the sun, and at a mere 6.2b solar masses it would be 0.00007% the density of the sun. That cannot be right.Density calculations like that break down because they assume Euclidean geometry. Anyway, a black hole is virtually empty (pure vacuum, plus whatever may briefly may be passing through it), except for a point singularity at the center of infinite density.
Xai: that can't be right.
JolobinSmokin: LinkI'll just leave this here enjoy.
whatshisname: So what was the radius?
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