Physics

The black hole death problem

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Black holes are not as black as we once thought. They are theorized to die a slow death by evaporation, emitting energy known as Hawking radiation. But the mechanism for evaporation is not well understood. Then again, no one has ever even directly detected a black hole.

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Created by: Dianna Cowern

Animator: Kyle Norby
Researcher: Sophia Chen

Photos/Videos:
NASA
ESA (Cosmic Microwave Background)
clker.com (stock graphics)
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Music:
APM –
“DNA Orbital Shift”
“The Bumbling Professor”
“Wellness and Science”
YouTube –
“On the Bach”

With Apple Sound effects

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