What will happen if you replace moon with a black hole of the same mass?
- Anonymous2 months agoFavorite Answer
Not much. Black holes pull things in towards them because of their large mass. A black hole with the mass of the moon would be a tiny black hole. Not large enough to do any damage.
- 2 months ago
Nothing would change at all. We just wouldn't see a moon or the black hole in our sky.
- Ronald 7Lv 72 months ago
Sounds like you really got sucked into that one Guv
- RetiefLv 72 months ago
There would not be any moonlight - some animals and plants use the full moon to trigger reproduction. Those lifeforms would die out.
The tides would continue since they are the result of the moon's gravity and that would not change.
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- #Lv 42 months ago
Will be destroyed from the sun in very few minutes maybe, and the extra particles will make the other "before" planets, moons, asteroids, all smaller things but bigger and less dense g/mol than it, larger in volume, with all particles to elements created that will survive the burst. Nearest most in the way further of sun.
Sun will do Similar thing (as viewing, but nothing common) as the nearest quasar is killing and feeding itself at same time with inside replacement of the past combustion, with shredding, sending stronger particles as beam out far - without enough power to contain all.
So what will happen?
If the moon replacement is at position between this planet and sun, on the line-place sun-bh-planet 'place' will have huge mountain as Eiffel Tower (but 10 times larger than moon) of particles forming into elements.
If this planet is out of the path, it will be next planets away from sun on its way. But any way, extra particles go away further until balance!Source(s): That is why Jupiter is Largest in this image and system.
- CarolOklaNolaLv 72 months ago
Micro black holes with the mass of the Moon would evaporate very quickly. If a black hole with the mass of the Sun replaces the Sun, the planets would keep orbiting as usual. Earth's atmosphere would freeze.
If it has the same mass, the acceleration oof gravity and the force remain the same.
- LônLv 72 months ago
It would be so small you couldn't see it and there would be no effect as the gravitational effect would be the same as the moon.
- oil field trashLv 72 months ago
A "blackhole" of the same mass would not be a black hole because it would lack sufficient mass to qualify for that designation.