Kavli IPMU is a multidisciplinary project that works in collaboration with the many professions offered by the Kavli IPMU. One such project was to study the dark holes that could have existed in the ancient universe before the stars and galaxies were born.
Such ancient black holes (PBHs) may include all or part of the darkness, some of which are responsible for what they see Gravity wave Signs and huge black holes between our galaxy and other galaxies. They can also play a role in the synthesis of heavy substances when they collide with and destroy neutron stars, releasing neutron-rich substances.
The mystery of the dark side of the universe, in particular, is a thrilling experience that includes ancient black holes. Linn At the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics, Roger Penroz and two astronomers Reinhard Genzeel and Andrea Gaz were awarded for their discovery of black holes. Black holes are known to exist naturally, making them an attractive candidate for the dark.
Recent developments in basic concepts, astronomy, and the search for PBHs have been made by international particle physicists, cosmologists and cosmologists.
To find out more about ancient black holes, the research team looked for clues to the ancient universe. Since the ancient universe was so dense, any positive variance of more than 50 percent a Black hole. However, the cosmological disorders of the galaxies are known to be minimal. Nevertheless, many processes in the ancient universe could have paved the way for black holes.
One interesting fact is that black holes have been created in the early days of inflation, during the rapid expansion of the structures we see, such as galaxies and galaxies. At a time of inflation, the Children’s Universe may be out of the universe. A little baby (or “girl”) will eventually collapse, but a small amount of energy will cause a black hole to form.
A more special destiny awaits the vast universe of children. To some extent, Einstein’s concept of gravity allows the universe to exist in a way that is unique to the viewer, both internally and externally. The inner observer sees the expanding universe, the outer observer (like us) sees it as a black hole. In any case, the universe of big and small children is seen as black holes in our first event, which hides the basic structure of many worlds behind the “universal horizon.” The horizon is a boundary where everything, even light, is bound and cannot escape the black hole.
In their paper, the team described a new phenomenon for the creation of PBH, and the black holes from the “multi-faceted” scene showed the use of the 8.2m Subaru Telescope Hyper Super-Cam (HCC). The administration played a key role in the Cavali IPMU – at 4,200 m. Mauna Kea in Hawaii. Mashihi Takada, chief investigator at Kavili IPMU, and his team are being pursued by the PPHC. Search is a great extension. HCCS The group has recently joined forces with Nicura, Takada and E. Al. Nature Astronomy 3, 524-534 (2019)
Why was HSC important in this research? HSCS has the unique ability to paint the entire Andromeda Galaxy in just a few minutes. If a black hole passes through a line of sight to a star, the gravitational pull of the black hole causes the star to appear brighter than before. Astronomy tells astronomers the number of black holes. In HCC observations, one can see one million stars at a time, leaving a vast network of first black holes that can pass through one of the lines of view.
The first HCCS. Observers reported an amazing candidate event matching the PBH with the number of black holes corresponding to the number of moons. Encouraged by this first sign and led by a new theoretical perspective, the team is conducting a new experimental study to determine whether PBHs from a wide range of scenarios can cover all dark issues.
Reference: “Explore Primary Black Holes with Multiple Optical Telescopes” by Alexander Kusenko, Misao Sasaki, Sonao Sugiyama, Masahiro Takada, Volodymyr Tahitov, and Ederdor Vitagliano. October 30, 2020 Physical Review Letters.
Doy: 10.1103 / PhysRevLett.125.181304