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Black Hole Sun Photo: Paramount/Universal
Black Hole Sun Photo: Paramount/Universal

Intelligent life may be hiding on a planet in a black hole sun’s orbit.

Renowned scientist Kip Thorne helped show us what a black hole would actually look like with his work on Interstellar, including his book “The Science on Interstellar”Since that movie, we now know what black holes suns, or “cold suns”, really look like.  Surrounded by massive,  powerful accretion disks pouring out Hawking Radiation, there may be orbiting planets that would have an ancient, and very different, form of life. Now New Scientist shares info that the possibility is there, but may be unlikely. Read more on details on the story from New Scientist here and check out the videos below for more info on black hole suns.

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