The emerging black hole in the lab behaves just like Stephen Hawking said

In 1974, Stephen Hawking hypothesized that the darkest gravitational pull in the universe, black holes, was not the dark black star astronomers imagine, but that it automatically emitted light – a phenomenon now called Hawking radiation.

The problem is that no astronomer ever observed the mysterious Hawking radiation, and because it was expected to be very faint, they may never do so. And that is why scientists today are making their own black holes.

Olga Dmitrieva

Любитель алкоголя. Возмутитель спокойствия. Интроверт. Студент. Любитель социальных сетей. Веб-ниндзя. Поклонник Бэкона. Читатель

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