Theoretical question.... If an extremely long object approached the event horizon, let’s say a torpedo shaped craft 1 mile long. The craft would get stretched and the observer’s time would become dilated as the craft/object approached the event horizon correct? Would it ever be possible for an object to cross over the event horizon and be both 'in and out' of the black hole simultaneously? I'm sure the answer is no, but just trying to wrap my brain around why not? Once it hits the event horizon the whole object would just immediately be 'sucked in' and there is no actual cross over time? Once the event is crossed, time basically stops in the singularity is that correct?