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How does the gravity of black holes exist without any mass?
Question Date: 1998-03-09
Answer 1:

Black holes have a very large amount of mass. All the mass is located at a single point in space.

Answer 2:

Black holes do have mass.It's one of the few things about a black hole that can be measured. How might you measure the mass of a black hole?

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