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As I understood when a astronomical object such gass, planet or star reaches the proximity of a black hole it doesn't exhibit stright motion but a spiral aproximation towards the collapsed body of black hole so I ask can this deflection in direction of the spin of the black hole be thought of as interaction of space with the gas or star in manner the faster the space is moving the more it pushes or drags the body....And also can the rotating space at a boundary distance increase the velocity of a body and leave it going faster through space?

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