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Event Horizon At the occurrence of a black hole, light is frozen in time as the speed of light exceeds the force of a black hole's gravitational pull. As an object is sucked into a black hole, to an external viewer the light emitted from the object is still there as it does not get sucked in. In that period of time, the light echoes from the object slow down, getting more distant. In an Event Horizon, light would turn into red tones as its waves grow farther and farther apart.

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