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The contemporary notion of black holes originates in Oppenheimer and Snyder’s 1939 article “On Continued Gravitational Contraction” (Phys. Rev. 56:455, 1939). Later Roger Penrose (Phys. Rev. Lett. 14:57, 1965) showed that the O&S metric gave rise to trapped surfaces, ie. … Continue reading