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If someone got sucked into a black hole what would happen to them? Would they fall and fall or would they hit something? If they hit something what would they hit?
Answer 1:

Great question, but unfortunately we can't say for sure what would happen to someone that got sucked into a black hole.

It is likely that they would hit something. A black hole exists because of very, very heavy material at the core. This heavy material attracts objects (like a person). A person would likely get sucked into this material in the black hole.



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