lets assume that a spaceship is positioned to safe distance from a black hole and the spaceship send a probe to enter the black hole with a very, very long data cable attach between the probe and the space ship. question: this probe would be able to send any data from the black hole before getting destroyed ?
+ORBICRUX PIVOLTI The problem is that once the probe reaches and surpasses the event horizon, time dilation becomes so severe that, relative to us, the probe is no longer moving/detecting/doing anything and relative to the probe, all of the events in the universe outside of the event horizon are happening simultaneously and instantaneously. However, even if that weren't a problem somehow, it's still very unlikely that the probe would be able to transmit out of the event horizon. The curvature of space becomes so severe that no matter what direction the probe turns, it's still facing the singularity. So there isn't really a way it can send information "backwards" from whence it came.