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comment Does gravitational lensing cause a black-hole to be the main 'source' of light in a given area?
@Jeremy: "But there aren't a series of perfectly arranged black holes to do that" - how do you know this? Also: Imagine => en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thought_experiment
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comment Does gravitational lensing cause a black-hole to be the main 'source' of light in a given area?
@Jeremy: home-drawn :) and it does exaggerate the paths ... About the bending: why not? Imagine a series of black holes each bending the light a fraction, then with enough of them you can get the light returning to source ...
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comment Does gravitational lensing cause a black-hole to be the main 'source' of light in a given area?
Thanks for answering; I extended my question based on your answer.
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revised Does gravitational lensing cause a black-hole to be the main 'source' of light in a given area?
extended question based on an answer
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