Gravitational Lensing with a Large Deflection Angle as a Probe of

... black hole to loop around it several times before reaching the observer. We move on to discuss recent developments in the study of ``braneworld" models which present an interesting framework for the effect of extra dimensions on gravity. We also discuss several potential black hole metrics in the Ra ...

... black hole to loop around it several times before reaching the observer. We move on to discuss recent developments in the study of ``braneworld" models which present an interesting framework for the effect of extra dimensions on gravity. We also discuss several potential black hole metrics in the Ra ...

The Theory of Everything: The Origin and Fate of the Universe

... Newton went on to show that, according to his law, gravity causes the moon to move in an elliptical orbit around the Earth and causes the Earth and the planets to follow elliptical paths around the sun. The Copernican model got rid of Ptolemy’s celestial spheres, and with them the idea that the univ ...

... Newton went on to show that, according to his law, gravity causes the moon to move in an elliptical orbit around the Earth and causes the Earth and the planets to follow elliptical paths around the sun. The Copernican model got rid of Ptolemy’s celestial spheres, and with them the idea that the univ ...

A unification of photons, electrons, and gravitons under qbit

... New states of matter with long range entanglements exist Gapped states (topological order Wen 1989): • Many fractional quantum Hall states. Tsui, Stormer, Gossard 1982 • Many superconducting states (p + ip, d + id, ...) Read, Green, 2000 • Many Mott-insulators = gapped spin liquids. Wen etal 89; Re ...

... New states of matter with long range entanglements exist Gapped states (topological order Wen 1989): • Many fractional quantum Hall states. Tsui, Stormer, Gossard 1982 • Many superconducting states (p + ip, d + id, ...) Read, Green, 2000 • Many Mott-insulators = gapped spin liquids. Wen etal 89; Re ...

The Universe at Your Fingertips • Astronomical Society of the Pacific

... They have a geometric feature called an Event Horizon (Problem 1) mathematically distinguishes the inside of the black hole from the outside. These two regions have very different geometric properties for the way that space and time behave. The world 'outside' the event horizon is where we live and ...

... They have a geometric feature called an Event Horizon (Problem 1) mathematically distinguishes the inside of the black hole from the outside. These two regions have very different geometric properties for the way that space and time behave. The world 'outside' the event horizon is where we live and ...

Black Hole Math - Ontario Science Centre

... because their mathematics is so compact, exact, and beautiful. They have a geometric feature called an “event horizon” (Problem 1) that mathematically distinguishes the inside of the black hole from the outside. These two regions have very different geometric properties for the way that space and ti ...

... because their mathematics is so compact, exact, and beautiful. They have a geometric feature called an “event horizon” (Problem 1) that mathematically distinguishes the inside of the black hole from the outside. These two regions have very different geometric properties for the way that space and ti ...

Grand Unified Models and Cosmology

... that the model be consistent with proton lifetime measurements, it is shown that there are only three patterns consistent with observations. Using this analysis, a specific model is built. It gives rise to a false vacuum hybrid inflationary scenario which solves the monopole problem. At the end of i ...

... that the model be consistent with proton lifetime measurements, it is shown that there are only three patterns consistent with observations. Using this analysis, a specific model is built. It gives rise to a false vacuum hybrid inflationary scenario which solves the monopole problem. At the end of i ...

Disability accessible Draft Guide - Fermi Gamma

... star with the same mass. The strength of gravity depends on the mass of the object and your distance from it. If the Sun were to become a black hole (don’t worry, it’s way too lightweight to ever do that), it would have to shrink so much that its event horizon would be only 6 km (4 miles) across. Fr ...

... star with the same mass. The strength of gravity depends on the mass of the object and your distance from it. If the Sun were to become a black hole (don’t worry, it’s way too lightweight to ever do that), it would have to shrink so much that its event horizon would be only 6 km (4 miles) across. Fr ...

Notes 8

... It is interesting to note what happens when your orbit gets close to the circumference of the black hole. In that case the stuff under the square root becomes 0, so in equation 8-5a that goes to 0 (the light is blue shifted to a wavelength of no size), while in the other direction it goes to infinit ...

... It is interesting to note what happens when your orbit gets close to the circumference of the black hole. In that case the stuff under the square root becomes 0, so in equation 8-5a that goes to 0 (the light is blue shifted to a wavelength of no size), while in the other direction it goes to infinit ...

Black Hole Simulations for Gravitational Waves Modeling

... • Mariateresa Crosta: The dawn of Relativistic Astrometry: what can we learn from Gaia • Anuj Kumar Dubey: Gravitational Redshift in Kerr-Newman Geometry • Karan Fernandes: Constrained field theories on backgrounds with horizons • Sijie Gao: Static spherically symmetric thin shell wormhole colliding ...

... • Mariateresa Crosta: The dawn of Relativistic Astrometry: what can we learn from Gaia • Anuj Kumar Dubey: Gravitational Redshift in Kerr-Newman Geometry • Karan Fernandes: Constrained field theories on backgrounds with horizons • Sijie Gao: Static spherically symmetric thin shell wormhole colliding ...

DIRECT OBSERVATION OF GRAVITATIONAL WAVES DIRECT

... Aurore Simonnet. SSU Education and Public Outreach Group, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA – http://epo.sonoma.edu We gratefully acknowledge comments and review by Beverly Berger, Joey Key, William Katzman and Dale Ingram, David Tanner and Nelson Christensen. This work was supported by a su ...

... Aurore Simonnet. SSU Education and Public Outreach Group, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA – http://epo.sonoma.edu We gratefully acknowledge comments and review by Beverly Berger, Joey Key, William Katzman and Dale Ingram, David Tanner and Nelson Christensen. This work was supported by a su ...

DIRECT OBSERVATION OF GRAVITATIONAL WAVES DIRECT

... Aurore Simonnet. SSU Education and Public Outreach Group, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA – http://epo.sonoma.edu We gratefully acknowledge comments and review by Beverly Berger, Joey Key, William Katzman and Dale Ingram. This work was supported by a supplement to NSF PHY-1404215. Updates ...

... Aurore Simonnet. SSU Education and Public Outreach Group, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA – http://epo.sonoma.edu We gratefully acknowledge comments and review by Beverly Berger, Joey Key, William Katzman and Dale Ingram. This work was supported by a supplement to NSF PHY-1404215. Updates ...

Quasar Formation and Energy Emission in Black Hole Universe

... many stars have run out of their fuels and evolved into dwarfs, neutron stars, and black holes, the disk of the galaxy becomes dim, though intensive X-rays can emit near the neutron stars and black holes, and starts to shrink and collapse. As the galaxy collapses, the black holes fall towards (or de ...

... many stars have run out of their fuels and evolved into dwarfs, neutron stars, and black holes, the disk of the galaxy becomes dim, though intensive X-rays can emit near the neutron stars and black holes, and starts to shrink and collapse. As the galaxy collapses, the black holes fall towards (or de ...

Black Holes - Gresham College

... We now believe that at the centre of all large elliptical and spiral galaxies there exists black holes of vastly greater mass than those resulting from the evolution of individual stars - with the most massive thought to contain several billion solar masses! Initially, the evidence for them was indi ...

... We now believe that at the centre of all large elliptical and spiral galaxies there exists black holes of vastly greater mass than those resulting from the evolution of individual stars - with the most massive thought to contain several billion solar masses! Initially, the evidence for them was indi ...

Black Hole

... when neutrons and electrons reach the ultimate limit at which they can be packed together. But what happens when even these forces are overwhelmed in the collapse of stars more massive than three solar masses? The result is a black hole, an object so dense that light cannot escape its gravitational ...

... when neutrons and electrons reach the ultimate limit at which they can be packed together. But what happens when even these forces are overwhelmed in the collapse of stars more massive than three solar masses? The result is a black hole, an object so dense that light cannot escape its gravitational ...

Black Holes

... and electrons reach the ultimate limit at which they can be packed together. But what happens when even these forces are overwhelmed in the collapse of stars more massive than three solar masses? The result is a black hole, an object so dense that light cannot escape its gravitational pull. Einstein ...

... and electrons reach the ultimate limit at which they can be packed together. But what happens when even these forces are overwhelmed in the collapse of stars more massive than three solar masses? The result is a black hole, an object so dense that light cannot escape its gravitational pull. Einstein ...

Massive Black Hole Growth and Formation

... that does not involve signiÞcant (non-gravitational) radiation. Second, one can minimize the required number of mass e-foldings by starting out with an object, the so-called “seed," that is already quite massive (∼ 10 3 − 106 M ) and collapses directly into a black hole (e.g., see the contribution ...

... that does not involve signiÞcant (non-gravitational) radiation. Second, one can minimize the required number of mass e-foldings by starting out with an object, the so-called “seed," that is already quite massive (∼ 10 3 − 106 M ) and collapses directly into a black hole (e.g., see the contribution ...

underdetermination and theory succession from the perspective of

... from the strong position the theory holds in contemporary theoretical physics. Since 1984, when an important theoretical breakthrough placed string physics within the mainstream of physical research [Green & Schwarz 1984], it can be called the most dynamic field of particle physics. For many years n ...

... from the strong position the theory holds in contemporary theoretical physics. Since 1984, when an important theoretical breakthrough placed string physics within the mainstream of physical research [Green & Schwarz 1984], it can be called the most dynamic field of particle physics. For many years n ...

File

... to other universes. This misconception arises in part from diagrams such as the figure for two nonrotating black holes. One black hole is connected to another black hole by a tunnel, or wormhole (officially called an “Einstein-Rosen bridge”), and it appears possible to traverse this shortcut. ...

... to other universes. This misconception arises in part from diagrams such as the figure for two nonrotating black holes. One black hole is connected to another black hole by a tunnel, or wormhole (officially called an “Einstein-Rosen bridge”), and it appears possible to traverse this shortcut. ...

Part I: Understanding String Theory

... attempt to describe the behavior of reality within the scope of a single theory. GUT is the perennial holy grail of modern physics and has been pursued by some of the greatest scientists of modern history. The most concise way of describing string theory, is as follows: It is a GUT that proposes eve ...

... attempt to describe the behavior of reality within the scope of a single theory. GUT is the perennial holy grail of modern physics and has been pursued by some of the greatest scientists of modern history. The most concise way of describing string theory, is as follows: It is a GUT that proposes eve ...

Exploring Black Holes - Chandra X

... Can matter ever come back out of a black hole? No, even if matter was able to move at the speed of light, it could not escape once it falls past the event horizon. This is because the gravitational field inside a black hole is so strong that space is curved in on itself. Anything that falls into a b ...

... Can matter ever come back out of a black hole? No, even if matter was able to move at the speed of light, it could not escape once it falls past the event horizon. This is because the gravitational field inside a black hole is so strong that space is curved in on itself. Anything that falls into a b ...

Undergraduate Project in Physics Boaz Jaron Advisor: Prof. Eduardo Guendelman Department of Physics

... r+ = M + m 2 − Q 2 − a 2 From this formula we can see, however, that the black hole parameters cannot be arbitrary. Electric charge and angular momentum cannot exceed values corresponding to the disappearance of the event horizon. The following constraint must be satisfied: a 2 + Q 2 ≤ M 2 When the ...

... r+ = M + m 2 − Q 2 − a 2 From this formula we can see, however, that the black hole parameters cannot be arbitrary. Electric charge and angular momentum cannot exceed values corresponding to the disappearance of the event horizon. The following constraint must be satisfied: a 2 + Q 2 ≤ M 2 When the ...

Color Strings

... A. Bialas, Phys. Lett. B 466 (1999) 301. 2. Percolation of color sources and critical temperature J. Dias de Deus and C. Pajares, Phys.Lett B 642 (2006) 455 ...

... A. Bialas, Phys. Lett. B 466 (1999) 301. 2. Percolation of color sources and critical temperature J. Dias de Deus and C. Pajares, Phys.Lett B 642 (2006) 455 ...

General Astronomy - Stockton University

... Is it a Black Hole? Possessing a large amount of mass does not make you qualify for a black hole, you need to pack these masses into a space smaller than the Schwarzchild radius of that mass… ...

... Is it a Black Hole? Possessing a large amount of mass does not make you qualify for a black hole, you need to pack these masses into a space smaller than the Schwarzchild radius of that mass… ...

Black Holes

... detectors, and in 2000-2005, they installed a first generation of detectors and debugged them meticulously until they reached their design sensitivity. In 2005-2010, we carried out an initial set of searches for cosmic gravitational waves, not just from colliding black holes but from many other sour ...

... detectors, and in 2000-2005, they installed a first generation of detectors and debugged them meticulously until they reached their design sensitivity. In 2005-2010, we carried out an initial set of searches for cosmic gravitational waves, not just from colliding black holes but from many other sour ...