[German shvahrts-shilt; English shwawrts-chahyld, -shild] /German ˈʃvɑrtsˌʃɪlt; English ˈʃwɔrtsˌtʃaɪld, -ʃɪld/
the radius at which a gravitationally collapsing celestial body becomes a black hole.
/ˈʃwɔːtsˌʃɪld; German ˈʃvartsʃɪlt/
(astronomy) the radius of a sphere (Schwarzschild sphere) surrounding a non-rotating uncharged black hole, from within which no information can escape because of gravitational forces
A radius defined for a body of a given mass and proportional to that mass, such that if the body is smaller than that radius, the force of gravity is strong enough to prevent matter and energy to escape from within that radius. The Earth is much larger than its Schwarzschild radius, which is approximately 7 mm (0.28 inches).Black holes are examples of objects smaller than their Schwarzschild radius, which defines the radius of their event horizon. The Schwarzschild radius is a consequence of Einstein’s General Relativity theory. It is named after the German astronomer Karl Schwarzschild (1873-1916).
noun 1. a wooded mountain region in SW Germany. Highest peak, Feldberg, 4905 feet (1495 meters). noun 1. the German name for the Black Forest Black Forest noun 1. the Black Forest, a hilly wooded region of SW Germany, in Baden-Württemberg: a popular resort area German name der Schwarzwald
noun 1. a city in N Bavaria, in S central Germany, on the Main River. noun 1. a city in central Germany, in N Bavaria on the River Main. Pop: 54 601 (2003 est)
noun 1. German name of Switzerland. noun 1. the German name for Switzerland
[shfahyt-ser-doich, shfahyt-, shvahyt-] /ˈʃfaɪt sərˌdɔɪtʃ, ˈʃfaɪt-, ˈʃvaɪt-/ noun 1. Schwyzertütsch.