How can a black hole be created? A black hole can be formed by the death of a massive star. When such a star has exhausted the internal thermonuclear fuels in its core at the end of its life, the core becomes unstable and gravitationally collapses inward upon itself, and the star’s outer layers are blown away.
Can we artificially create a black hole? Now, after seven years of often solitary study, Jeff Steinhauer, an experimental physicist at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, has created an artificial black hole that seems to emit such ‘Hawking radiation’ on its own, from quantum fluctuations that emerge from its experimental set-up.
Have we created a black hole? To study the phenomenon more closely, physicists in Israel managed to create a lab-grown, analogue black hole using some thousand atoms. This faux black hole exhibited all properties of a black hole in the state in which it is believed to exist in space.
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