Question by  jamuna (25)

What does the Schwarzschild-radius of a black hole depend on?


Answer by  gmedich (93)

The Schwarzchild radius is given by the equation 2GM/c squared. Since G, the gravitational parameter and c, the speed of light in a vacuum are constant, the only variable for the radius is the mass of the black hole : the more mass, the larger the raduis.


Answer by  Sting1 (686)

The Schwarzschild radius is equal to 2Gm / c^2, where G is the gravitational constant, m is the mass of the object and c the speed of light constant.

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