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A photon does not experience time since it moves at the speed of light. time stops for it . however we can continue to measure the time for which the photon moves from one point to another and are able to observe it move from one point to another.
so how is it at the event horizon when something is being pulled at the speed of light into a black hole we cannot see it being pulled into the event horizon and passing the event horizon. the explanation that is given is that no amount of time can pass that will be enough for us to observe this. but just like the photon time has stopped for the one being pulled not the observer so shouldn’t we be able to observe the object move into the black hole ?

Asked Muntasir Hossain

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