How does a stellar core become a black hole?

1 Answer
Aug 14, 2016

As part of the stellar life cycle.


Fusion energy results in sustaining the structure of a star from implosion and contraction, which occur when the gravity of the star produced an unbalanced force that cannot be match by the available fusion thrust outwards. When this happens first a neutron star is formed and further implosion produces a black hole. (from which no radiation can escape.).