## What is a black hole event horizon?

The event horizon of a black hole is the point of no return. Anything that passes this point will be swallowed by the black hole and forever vanish from our known universe. The distance from a black hole’s center of mass to where gravity’s pull is too strong to overcome is called the event horizon.

**What is an event horizon what would happen to someone falling into a black hole as they approach the event horizon?**

What would happen to someone falling into a black hole as they approach the event horizon? An event horizon is the theoretical boundary of a black hole. In the event horizon, no light or radiation can escape. If someone fell into a black hole, they would probably be crushed or stretched to death.

**What is the event horizon of a black hole for kids?**

The event horizon of a black hole is also known as the “point of no return” because it’s the place where the black hole’s gravity overtakes the material’s momentum and spins it around the accretion disk. Once an item crosses the event horizon, there is no known power that can pull it out.

### What is a singularity event horizon?

Singularity is the actual point of ‘infinite’ density where the mass of the black hole is concentrated. Event Horizon is just that, the horizon of the black hole: the outer reaches of the direct influence of the black hole. It is the area where space time is most bent.

**What is a ‘inner event horizon’?**

The inner event horizon of a rotating black hole, also known as the Cauchy horizon , is stranger. Past that threshold, cause no longer necessarily precedes effect, the past no longer necessarily determines the future, and time travel may be possible.

**What is event horizon in physics?**

The event horizon is the threshold around the black hole where the escape velocity surpasses the speed of light. According to Einstein’s theory of special relativity, nothing can travel faster through space than the speed of light. This means a black hole’s event horizon is essentially the point from which nothing can return.