© Provided by Daily Mail James Webb captured stunning new images of Jupiter that show the gas giant's stunning auroras at its north and south poles. One image, which shows Jupiter alone, is a composite of several images and shows the auroras blowing in bright orange, yellow and green above both the northern and southern poles of Jupiter
A ONE-WAY STREET
Nothing seems more hopeless than trying to get out of a black hole—in fact, this impossibility is what defines it. Black holes are formed when enough matter is confined within a small enough region that spacetime collapses in on itself in a violent feedback loop of squeezing and stretching that fuels more squeezing and stretching. These tidal forces run to infinity in finite time, marking the abrupt end of an entire region of spacetime at the so-called black hole singularity—the place where time stops and space ceases to make sense.
There is a fine line within the collapsing region that divides the area where escape is possible from the point of no return. This line is called the event horizon. It is the outermost point from which light barely avoids falling into the singularity. Short of traveling faster than light—a physical impossibility—nothing can escape from behind the event horizon; it is irretrievably lodged inside the black hole.
The one-way nature of this boundary is not immediately problematic. In fact, it is a robust prediction of the general theory of relativity. The danger starts when this theory interacts with the wild world of quantum mechanics. - How the Inside of a Black Hole Is Secretly on the Outside
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