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I have read these questions:
And none of these answered the viewpoint of somebody being inside the black hole. What I found out on this site is that for an infalling observer, nothing special happens (other then being spagettified) but clocks seem to run normally, and an infalling observer would not even notice the event horizon.
For an infalling observer's view, there is no such thing as event horizon. What I did not find is what does somebody see when inside the black hole? Can you look out? Can I see past the horizon?
Do I see the outside world when looking out from inside the black hole?
Can I see past the horizon from inside it?