I think we're all familliar with the old "What if you fell into a black hole?" Event horizons, time dialation (I think is the right term), and spagettification. There is however one thing these thought experiments never seem to cover that I'm really curious about. As I understand this scenario, once you cross the event horizon all of eternity has passed on the outside universe. Or rather, time is passing infinitely quickly outside. Correct? So what do you see if you look back out through the event horizon? Does space junk randomly appear as it is sucked past the event horizon and thus brought closer to your timeframe of referance? Is it just junk or the entire contents of the galaxy or even the universe? Or, would you look out and see the end of the universe (whatever that may be)? Or, would you be blinded by an eterneties worth of starlight from all the visible stars light suddenly being released from it's prison on the edge of this frozen star?