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The study of black holes, gravitational sources so massive that even light cannot escape from them, goes back to the late 18th century. Major advances in understanding were made throughout the first half of the 20th century, with contributions from many prominent mathematical physicists, though the term black hole was only coined in 1967. With the development of general relativity other properties related to these entities came to be understood, and their features have been included in many notable works of fiction.

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  • The study of black holes, gravitational sources so massive that even light cannot escape from them, goes back to the late 18th century. Major advances in understanding were made throughout the first half of the 20th century, with contributions from many prominent mathematical physicists, though the term black hole was only coined in 1967. With the development of general relativity other properties related to these entities came to be understood, and their features have been included in many notable works of fiction. (en)
  • O estudo de buracos negros, fontes gravitacionais tão maciças que nem mesmo a luz pode escapar delas, se estende até fins do século XVIII. Grandes avanços no entendimento desses corpos celestes foram feitos ao longo da primeira metade do século XX, com contribuições de vários renomados físicos matemáticos, apesar do termo buraco negro ter sido cunhado apenas em 1967. Com o desenvolvimento da relatividade geral, outras propriedades relacionadas a essas entidades passaram a ser compreendidas, e seus aspectos foram incluídos em diversos trabalhos de ficção bem conhecidos. (pt)
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  • The study of black holes, gravitational sources so massive that even light cannot escape from them, goes back to the late 18th century. Major advances in understanding were made throughout the first half of the 20th century, with contributions from many prominent mathematical physicists, though the term black hole was only coined in 1967. With the development of general relativity other properties related to these entities came to be understood, and their features have been included in many notable works of fiction. (en)
  • O estudo de buracos negros, fontes gravitacionais tão maciças que nem mesmo a luz pode escapar delas, se estende até fins do século XVIII. Grandes avanços no entendimento desses corpos celestes foram feitos ao longo da primeira metade do século XX, com contribuições de vários renomados físicos matemáticos, apesar do termo buraco negro ter sido cunhado apenas em 1967. Com o desenvolvimento da relatividade geral, outras propriedades relacionadas a essas entidades passaram a ser compreendidas, e seus aspectos foram incluídos em diversos trabalhos de ficção bem conhecidos. (pt)
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  • Black holes in fiction (en)
  • Buracos negros na ficção (pt)
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