How could we detect atom-sized primordial black holes?

One of the most intriguing predictions of Einstein's general theory of relativity is the existence of black holes: astronomical objects with gravitational fields so strong that not even light can escape them.

Simulation shows how star collisions fuel massive black holes

It's difficult to predict with certainty what will happen when giant stars collide, but new, first-of-their-kind hydrodynamic simulations by the DEMOBLACK team at the University of Padova in Italy point to a range of exotic ...

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