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I am doing a project on black holes. The High school that I attend does not have a very good selection of books. I am concentrating on the shape locations, and results as an object falls into a black hole. If you know of any books or any information please tell it to me.


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Here are names of some books :

Gravitation : Misner, Thorne, Wheeler.

Gravitation & Cosmology : Weinberg.

Classical Theory of Fields : Landau & Lifshitz.

There is an old book by Adler, Bezzin and Schaeffer - the name of the book is eluding me at the moment.

Jasjeet



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