Feb 14, 2023

Extremely Dense Atom-sized Primordial Black Holes Could Weigh Millions of Tons, Experts RAtom-sized Primordial Black Holes Are Extremely Dense Objects That Could Weigh Millions of Tons, Experts Reveal

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One of Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity’s most fascinating predictions is the possibility of black holes, which are created after a massive star reaches the end of its life and collapses. Supermassive black holes as big as 100,000 or ten billion times the Sun are commonly found at the center of most galaxies.

Those are the biggest form of black holes, but it is also thought that primordial black holes (PBHs) also exist. Unlike the big ones, these tiny black holes emerged in the early cosmos through the gravitational collapse of extraordinarily dense areas.

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