In the Schwarzschild solution consider two test point particles,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); p1andp2, both at the same distance from the black hole (e.g. both particles have the same r value) but separated a distancedfrom each other (so they make an angle with respect to the black hole)

So now the question: when will their paths cross? At the event horizon or at the singularity?

If you say at the singularity then what is their distance in terms ofdwhen they both cross the event horizon?

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# When will they meet?

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