The work of scientists confirms Stephen Hawking's work in his theories. A study in the laboratory revealed that Hawking Radiation could be real.
Black holes are among the structures that scientists are most interested in. Many scientific discussions about the structures of these mysterious dense masses continue.
The famous astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, who we lost in recent years, has put forward some theories about the structure of black holes. One of them was the phenomenon known as Hawking Radiation. This phenomenon, referred to as Hawking, which suggests that black holes evaporate and disappear over time due to radiation leaks, was supported by the latest research.
Commemoration of Stephen Hawking
An artificial black hole of sound, uncovered in a Bose-Einstein Condensation, supported the famous astrophysicist. Hawking, in his theory of black holes in the intensity of which even light cannot escape, rejected a space in space and proposed a virtual quantum matter / antimatter duo. As soon as these two came together, they would destroy each other and reappear. When these two imaginary particles appeared near a black hole, they were separated from each other due to the effect of gravity, and the antimatter was drawn into the black hole and the matter was now thrown into space as a real, stray substance. Minus-charged antimatter was destroying the black hole mass. Although this structure, which was created in the laboratory, was small, it was enough to see that enough antimatter was absorbed into the space and the material began to fling. These scattered substances were called Hawking Radiation.
New Research Reveals That Black Holes Can Die
Under normal circumstances, this radiation, which is too weak for us to observe, was supported by Jeff Steinhauer's work at the Israeli Institute of Technology for sound-borne black holes. (The reason for the use of sound waves is that creating a truly black hole is a danger of ending all life as we know it.)
The black hole copy of experimental physicist Steinhauer was discovered on the Bose Einstein Condensation. In this strange structure, the atoms are cooled down to almost absolute zero. Almost immobilized, the super-liquid begins to behave like a single gigantic atom. It causes the formation of bound atom pairs as a result of weak quantum fluctuations in the structure.
Development About Stephan Hawking's Theory: Black Holes Evaporate Over Time
In the study of 8000 iridium atoms, the 343 m / s rate of sound at room conditions was reduced to 1 millimeter per second. Nevertheless, this velocity caused sound bursts in the conditions inside the structure and allowed the capture of high-speed phonons in the event horizon. The researcher, who published an article in Nature magazine, showed that the phonons acted as Hawking had predicted. Even the thermal scale, another theory of Hawking, was also observed in the system.
Analogs are generally not perfect, and this black hole analog is not a real black hole. Nevertheless, the structures are very similar and an important step in the beginning.