Black holes are among the most mysterious and fascinating objects in the universe. These massive, invisible objects are formed when a star collapses in on itself, resulting in a region where the gravitational pull is so strong that nothing, not even light, can escape. In this quiz, you'll get to test your knowledge on black holes and learn more about their formation, properties, and impact on the surrounding environment. From the smallest black holes to the largest, this quiz will cover it all. So come along, explore the depths of space, and discover the mysterious world of black holes!
What is the process that forms a black hole?
Neutron Star Collision
What is the minimum mass a black hole can have?
1 Solar Mass
3 Solar Masses
5 Solar Masses
10 Solar Masses
What is the event horizon in a black hole?
Point of No Return
Maximum Escape Velocity
Area of High Gravity
Dark Energy Center
What is the difference between a black hole and a neutron star?
Neutron Stars are more massive
Neutron Stars are smaller
Neutron Stars are denser
Neutron Stars don’t have event horizons
What is the accretion disk in a black hole?
Disk of Material Falling In
Disk of Material Being Ejected
Disk of Material Being Reflected
Disk of Material Being Absorbed
What is the purpose of a black hole’s jet?
What is the name given to a black hole that is surrounded by a disk of hot gas?
Active Galactic Nucleus
What is the name of the famous black hole at the center of the Milky Way?
What happens when two black holes collide?
What is the name of the theory that explains the behavior of black holes?
Big Bang Theory
What is a singularity in a black hole?
Point of Infinite Density
Area of Maximum Energy
Place of No Time
Point of No Mass
What is the name of the process where material falling into a black hole heats up and radiates energy?
What is the name given to a star that is being orbited by a black hole?
What is the name given to a black hole that is the result of the merging of two smaller black holes?
Intermediate Mass Black Hole
Supermassive Black Hole
Mini Black Hole
Micro Black Hole
What is the name given to a black hole that is not surrounded by any material and is not actively accreting?
Dormant Black Hole
Inactive Black Hole
Sleeping Black Hole
Stealth Black Hole
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