Requested info for a sci-fi short story I'm writing: You are approaching the event horizon of a supermassive (10 billion Solar masses) Schwartzchild black hole in a magical spaceship which is capable of violating the laws of physics. You have not been free falling but lowering into the hole slowly. Inches away from the point of no return, you fire your rockets like crazy to remain at this point. From what I have attempted to research over the past three days, remaining at this point just far enough away from the event horizon will result in you being able to view the entire future of the universe pass before your eyes at high speed in a concentrated circular area directly behind you. My questions are: a. Is this the case? If not, please explain why and correct my terrible layman's knowledge. b. If this is the case, is it possible to observe the future of the universe past the point in time where the black hole should evaporate as predicted by Hawking radiation or will your time travel end there? c. If this is the case, what will it look like? Thanks in advance!