Experience Coordinator Greg Brown from the Armstrong Air & Space Museum in Wapakoneta explains the science of black holes to young library patrons during Tuesday’s Summer Read program.  (DHI Media/Rebecca Violet)
Experience Coordinator Greg Brown from the Armstrong Air & Space Museum in Wapakoneta explains the science of black holes to young library patrons during Tuesday’s Summer Read program. (DHI Media/Rebecca Violet)

DELPHOS — Experience Coordinator Greg Brown from the Armstrong Air & Space Museum in Wapakoneta explained the science of black holes to young library patrons during Tuesday’s Summer Read program.

Brown explained how black holes are created, where they get their name as well as their characteristics. He also explained the process of “spaghettification,” which describes what would happen if a human was caught in a black hole.

Youth then got the opportunity to create their own model starts and then turn them into black holes.