A new study has suggested that there may be “very large” black holes containing 100 billion suns. The discovery of such an enormous part of space-time may shed light on the mystery of the dark matter.
At the center of most galaxies are marvelous black holes that are millions to billions of times larger than Earth’s sun. At the heart of our own Milky Way is Sagittarius A *, with a mass of about 4.5 million solar masses. The largest black hole ever discovered is TON 618, which has an incredible mass of 66 billion solar masses.
But what if there are still large black holes out there? A new study has suggested a possible existence “The Biggest Big Black Holes,” Or SLABs the size or size of 100 billion suns.
One burning question about SLABs is, does such a massive fraction of space time ever form? The theory of the unification of many black holes has already been disproved by previous research because they could not have reached miraculous proportions because the universe was not large enough.
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One possible explanation, however, is that black holes may have had primitive origins that occurred after the Big Bang that created the universe. The theory suggests that random fluctuations in density may have accumulated enough material to collapse into black holes, and then it worked. “Seeds” For gigantic SLABs.
The researchers say the possibility of such large black holes being the center of surprisingly small research could be theoretical and could help unravel some of the questions about the dark matter that has plagued physics for decades.
The dark matter is believed to contain about 80 percent of the matter in the universe, but it has not yet been directly detected. Discovering this will ultimately solve one of the mysteries that scratched the head of science, but for now researchers have to rely solely on studying its gravitational effects on the ordinary.
“Some may be skeptical of the existence of SLABs based on the fact that they are difficult to create.” Bernard Carr, co-author of Theoretical Cosmology at Queen Mary University of London, explained to space.com.
However, people were skeptical of intermediate-mass and miraculous black holes until they discovered them. We do not know if there are SLABs, but we hope that our article will encourage discussion among the community. ”
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