By Peter G. Bergmann (auth.), Peter C. Aichelburg, Roman U. Sexl (eds.)
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According to the well-accepted theory of stellar evolution the sun will grow to an enormous size and become, like stars such as Antares in the constellation Scorpio, a red giant some 300 million kilometers in diameter. By this time the planets Mercury, Venus and the earth will have been burned away and their former orbits will lie well within the new solar surface. As it continues to burn more and more of its nuclear fuel, the bloated sun will halt its expansion and begin to contract - down past its present size, smaller and smaller until it stabilises as a white dwarf star perhaps about the size of the earth.
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A certain amount of material is dragged from this point and slowly falls inward to the black hole. It does not fall straight in, however. The black hole behaves much like a point mass. Most of the material dragged from the large star will remain circulating about the black hole for a long time. Only gradually, as frictional effects begin to play their part, will the material begin to spiral inwards. Again we must bear in mind the small size of the hole. ) The material can be only very slowly funnelled into the black hole.
Albert Einstein: His Influence on Physics, Philosophy and Politics by Peter G. Bergmann (auth.), Peter C. Aichelburg, Roman U. Sexl (eds.)