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A couple of people on this forum have this formula reduced to a software program.

As an object nears a black hole, and is remotely observed, it appears to slow and hang suspended over the event horizon...time slows in any gravitational field with respect to a remote and less affected location.

One second of time at the remote observation location is equivalent to what amount of time for an object poised at say 10 to the minus 36th Cm above the event horizon of a black hole? Consider the object going into the black hole to be a point mass with no radius of its own...I'm only interested in the time dilation relationship; remote observing an object at 10 to the minus 36th Cm above the event horizon of a black hole.

Thanks, Sam Cox

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# Gravitational Time Dilation

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