Probably not, if it's a black hole. It is a black hole, right? Let's check the reviews:

Galaxy reviewer Groff Conklin described the stories as "three creaking classics . . . fun to read, [but] rococo antiques [without] believable characters, human relations, even logical plots." Boucher and McComas dismissed the book as "a hopelessly outdated set of novelets . . . of concern only to those who wish to observe the awkward larval stage of a major figure in science fiction." P. Schuyler Miller described the stories as "old-fashioned fun which [Campbell] no longer takes any more seriously than you need to."

Say what you really think, lads. I do like the cover; it's a new style of sci-fi art. The old sleek rockets are gone; the future is full of messy details.