Few would argue the magnetism of space and its mysterious nature. At the heart of our extra-terrestrial conundrum are black holes; an irresistible juggernaut, seemingly capable of so much–yet barely understood. Dr. Sarah Gallagher from the Department of Physics and Astronomy discusses what we truly know about black holes, some of the common misconceptions about them, and a few of the most interesting theories Dr. Gallagher has came across.

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