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This was given to me for my birthday. Now I need to figure out a creative use for it.
Universe Sandbox

Universe Sandbox (PC)

Genre/Style: Simulation/Simulation
Release Date: 29/APR/11
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Black hole the sun.
Did that for the Snowball Earth achievement.
Try to recreate the Kessel Black Hole Cluster.
Turn the moon into a black hole.
You can turn things into black holes, but all that does is make it look small and purple. You don't get any of the strange effects of dense gravity.
That does not sound right. I'm certain you can change the mass so that the gravity changes and affects nearby objects.
Black holes don't have to be massive, don't they? Isn't Stephen Hawking looking for black holes with the mass of a grain of sand or something?
Wiki article:
A stellar black hole (or stellar mass black hole) is a black hole formed by the gravitational collapse of a massive star. They have masses ranging from about 3 to several tens of solar masses. The process is observed as a hypernova explosion or as a gamma ray burst. These black holes are also referred to as collapsars.
That's the same range of mass as stars.
Can you make the Earth orbit the Moon?
@The42ndDruid You could make something as massive as you like, but that's not what happens when you click the "Black Hole" button. All it does is shrink the object, without changing its mass, until it has the density of a black hole.
@Heckraiser Yes, by making the moon more massive than the Earth.

I did not know there was a black hole button. I always just changed the mass manually.
Black holes don't have to be massive. You can black hole the tennis ball if you want.
There's an interesting idea - lots of tiny black holes orbiting a bowling ball.
How about a planet with a ring of black holes, along with normal moons.
How many habitable planets can you cram into a single star system?
Quite a few, most likely.
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