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6.67E-11(m*m*m)/(kg*s*s)Gravitational constant (G)
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3.00E+08m/(s*s)Speed of light (c)
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7.42E-28m/kgG/c^2
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1E+30kgSolar mass
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Solar MassesMass (kg)Event Horizon RadiusVolumeDensity
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1.67E-092.48E-366.41E-1072.6096E+971E18 protons
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1.00E+001.48E-271.37E-807.30076E+791 kg
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7.00E+111.04E-154.70E-451.48995E+56Radius is about the size of a proton
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1.00E+001.00E+301.48E+031.37E+107.30076E+19Sol
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1.50E+001.50E+302.23E+034.62E+103.24478E+19
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2.00E+002.00E+302.97E+031.10E+111.82519E+19
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2.50E+002.50E+303.71E+032.14E+111.16812E+19
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3.00E+003.00E+304.45E+033.70E+118.11196E+18
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3.20E+003.20E+304.75E+034.49E+117.12965E+183.2 solar masses
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4.00E+004.00E+305.94E+038.77E+114.56298E+18
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4.10E+064.10E+366.09E+099.44E+294.34E+06Supermassive black hole in the center of our galaxy
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