Want to visit a black hole? How far would you have to go? And what do you need to know about black hole safety once you’ve arrived? NASA’s official position on the trip: Don’t do it.
But if you decide to travel 3,000 light-years away to visit the nearest one, this Black Hole Safety video and “this helpful brochure [pdf] will give you all the tips, tricks, and facts you’ll need for your next (inadvisable) black hole vacation!”
Learn more with NASA Goddard’s Media Studios. There’s desktop and phone wallpaper, too.
Then watch The first image of a black hole: A three minute guide, the moment scientists see the first photo of a black hole and more black hole videos on TKSST.Plus: Stephen Hawking explains black holes in 90 seconds.
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