What is at the bottom of blackholes? How deep are blackholes? Could our sun possibly be the end of a blackhole?
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Based on facts that is available to astronomers,has anyone given an educated guess as to what could be at the bottom?First of all, no one knows what is at the bottom of a blackhole. Secondly, the depth of a blackhole is the length between it's Event Horizons and the centre.
And your last question has an easy answer, a big NO. The sun has a definite density, not infinite.
I wasn't asking if our sun could eventually become a blackhole but is it possible that our sun just might be the exit point of a blackholeNASA agrees with Indian Genius:
"Will the Sun become a black hole? No, it's too small for that!
The Sun would need to be about 20 times more massive to end its life as a black hole."
IG is very often correct and NASA have probably heard of him
IG - just so you know - that is meant as a compliment.