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Mathematical models of the Milky Way suggest that the total mass of the entire Galaxy lies in the range 1-1.5×10^12 M☉
...supermassive black hole with an estimated mass of 4.1–4.5 million times the mass of the Sun
If an object with a mass of 17 billion times that of our Sun exploded what would happen?
I am guessing that there would be quite a lot of energy released but in what form and would that eventually form matter?
A friend of mine is writing a text about black holes right now. It’s theorized that micro black holes can explode. Let me see what happens when they explode.
Could the Big Bang be considered as something akin to a super-massive black hole exploding?
The gravitational force due to the black hole is so strong that not even light could escape, never mind fragments of any kind of explosion
Point taken, but if the entire Universe were concentrated into an infinitesimally small space, would that not result in an enormous gravitational force?
Gravity is not a force, it is a curvature of spacetime.