We know that a particle approaching an event horizon will appear to an outside observer to slow down and never cross the horizon.

What is observed by an outside observer when a singularity approaches/crosses another event horizon? What happens to the propagation of gravitational waves? (Is the wave propagation affected by the time-dilation near the horizon?)


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