The renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking is known for his work aimed at solving the mysteries of the universe. One of Hawking’s most notable theories was that black holes emit thermal radiation over time and eventually evaporate completely after a final explosion. This theoretical radiation was named Hawking Radiation, and scientists now think they have detected traces of this radiation.

Black Holes and Traces of Hawking Radiation

Traces of Hawking Radiation Discovered: New Findings on Black Holes

Researchers particularly note that black hole fragments, formed from the collision of large black holes and referred to as ‘nuggets,’ are ideal for observing Hawking Radiation. However, detecting this radiation in very large black holes, like supermassive black holes, becomes challenging. Nonetheless, studies conducted on smaller black holes are helping us better understand their lifespan and role in the universe.

A research team led by Theoretical Physicist Francesco Sannino from the University of Southern Denmark has made significant steps towards validating Hawking’s theory. These studies allow us to better understand the universal behaviors of black holes and advance in solving the fundamental laws of the universe.

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