Black holes develop in the cosmos in this manner.

A black hole is a region of space that is incredibly dense and has a powerful gravitational pull.

In a black hole, the gravitational pull is so intense that not even light can escape.

A black hole's event horizon can be used to infer information about a black hole's existence and position.

Physics states that as a star runs out of hydrogen or energy, it begins to cool gradually.

Due to their immense mass, such stars can no longer withstand the pull of gravity and collapse.

The star bursts in this compressed condition, and in a bad circumstance, a distinct structure is created.

A black hole is an unseen entity that exists in a framework where time and space cease to exist and gravity's attraction intensifies.

I believe that the only force capable of beginning and ending the cosmos is gravity.