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    Primordial Black Holes

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    dark mass nothing can be seen, only black. The masses cannot actually be seen at all without the dust and clouds around them, as they do not give off any light because their gravitational pull is so strong that all the light is pulled in. These are called black holes. A black hole is a very unique celestial body so unlike any other; the three types are primordial, stellar, and supermassive. There is not a lot known about primordial black holes. Primordial black holes are believed to have existed since

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    Black holes are areas in which huge amounts of mass are compressed together, creating a gravitational field so strong that when it crosses the black hole, not even light can escape. They are the final stage for stars 10-15 times as massive as our Sun, because after they explode into a supernova, the gravity causes them to collapse into themselves. They shrink and compress mass until the former star’s volume is at 0. When this happens, they become infinitely dense and the star’s own light becomes

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    Black holes are an abyss of loneliness. That defined exactly how I had felt when kids at my school started to leave anonymous comments to me. 6th graders have solid opinions on people and will cause a great deal of pain with those opinions. Who knew? I knew first hand how cruel a 6th grader can be with another 's feelings with no cause. Kids can be explicitly harmful with the words they say and find joy with what they say. Therefore the kid 's determined that they would target me. Although that year

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    completed doctorate, he also applies ideas to the study of the black hole. In 1973 he discovered that the black holes could leak energy and particles into outer space. Their is a society called the Royal Society and it is a worldwide fellowship of scientist, Hawking was inducted in 1974.

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    Dark Gap Research Paper

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    Gage Newton English 10, Period 6 12 October 2015 Dark Holes Dark gaps are the most grounded matter individuals know to date. Understanding how they are made, What they are, and how they are formed. How They Are made? They are produced using a Stellar Star. Made when the focal point of a major star falls in upon itself, or breaks down. At the point when this happens, it causes a supernova. A supernova is a exploding star that impacts some portion of the star into space. (Nasa.com) At the point

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    discoveries were so amazing that the radiation that is emitted from the black hole is named Hawking radiation. Through out his entire life he wanted to learn about the cosmos. At Oxford he was able to study his theories with a professional scientist. In 2002 he publishes the book The Theory Of Everything That explains some of the most complex theories the world has ever seen. In 2004 he announces that he has solved the black hole conspiracy, His whole life revolved around this moment, just because he

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    brief, terrifying moment, Sierra dared to hope. She didn’t have to choose a manner of death this day. She could choose to live. She stalked out of her cubby hole, shotgun close to her chest, rust colored hair flowing loosely behind her. The woman turned towards her, catching Sierra’s breath in long forgotten desire. She was beautiful, long black hair covering half her face in a mysterious, alluring

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    People thought that the north star was the brightest star in the universe. When we had slavery the slaves would follow the north star which was quite noticeable, considering people thought it was the brightest. Although, people may have gotten the North Star confused with other stars, people still believed it was the brightest. People believed that the north star was the brightest star because they got it confused with the dog star, (Alpha Canis Majoris). Stars have different magnitudes, so if

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    The townspeople are gathering outside the front door. They carry ropes and torches and buckets of whale oil. Sarah and I are hiding in the attic. We peer out of the cracked, dusty window, bestirring the cobwebs that inhabit the corners of it. Sarah whimpers pathetically. I hold her close to me, telling her everything is going to be okay. But things won’t be okay. The townsfolk are relentless. They will never stop hunting us, and they will find us no matter where we go. We’ve been living in seclusion

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    They can create new stars 1,000 times faster than regular galaxies. They are triggered when two galaxies pass by each other. Other ways that they can be created include galactic merging and if the galaxy has a galactic bar. All galaxies have a black hole in their center, and when they are extremely active, this can trigger rapid star formation. The dust and gas supply in starburst galaxies is used up quickly to form a lot of new stars. Once starburst galaxies start, they end not long after. Starburst

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    Nuclear fusion is a naturally occurring phenomenon where the atoms of an element physically merge to form a completely new element. A good example of natural nuclear fusion is the sun. According to the World Nuclear Association, “Fusion powers the Sun and stars as hydrogen atoms fuse together to form helium, and matter is converted into energy… Hydrogen, heated to very high temperatures change from a gas to a plasma in which the negatively-charged electrons are separated from the positively-charged

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    The Riemann Sphere

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    When explaining the Riemann sphere, think of the complex plane Z as an endless 2D plane. The non-existent “edges” of the plane can be considered as infinity (mf344, 2013). To help visualize this, I imagine walking from the center of a never-ending piece of paper in any direction towards a non-existent edge representing infinity like in figure 2. Now imagine that the paper is then folded so that it somewhat resembles a circle, where all of its edges (infinities) meet at one point. In S, this one

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    1 Introduction 1.1 Background One of the most important physical constants in the world of Physics is the speed of light in a vacuum. This is the limiting speed for all material objects according to Einstein’s theory of relativity. The speed of light in a vacuum, or c, is what controls the laws of both the general and special relativity. Whenever light is in a vacuum, its speed has an exact value of c, no matter who measures it. Even if the vacuum is inside a box in a rocket traveling away from

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    Interstellar Star

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    The interstellar cloud is the birthing place of the low mass and high-mass stars, however there are quite a few differences between the two types of stars. As mentioned earlier, low-mass stars come from the interstellar cloud, and they are created when the cloud begins to collapse, which can happen for a number of reasons, with some being a possible collision with a nearby cloud or an explosion of a nearby star. Once the cloud begins to collapse and shrink under its own influence its temperature

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    Gale sat slumped at the kitchen table, face buried in his hands as he tried desperately to think a way out of this hole he and his family had been thrown into. It had been a little over 48 hours since his Ma had passed away. Eight hours since her funeral. 50 hours since he last slept. The sickest part of this cruel joke was that he hardly had any time to grieve the loss of his last remaining parent, whom he had loved endlessly, because he was consumed by the unrelenting fear of having his three

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    or not... Space. What exactly is space, such a mystery. Full of darkness, planets, marvelous, beautiful, and intriguing. Space is a vast place which few have explored. So why, why do we explore? What’s the point? Space is a vast empty place that has been explored by few. Yet humans have been prioritizing this issue for years now and yet we have not found a place capable of being inhabited by humans. So why do humans continue this knowing that it would take years and years to even reach the planet

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    One month later - Wednesay July 8th, 1992 (5.21 p.m.) Tom shifted uncomfortably in his seat and focused his gaze on Doctor Li’s left ear. Once again, they were discussing his rape at the warehouse and once again, he wished they were talking about something else. The memories were still so vivid and he was still unable to come to terms with the embarrassment and shame he felt. He had followed Ana like a sheep to the slaughterhouse and although part of him blamed Mosco, he also blamed himself for

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    Perseverance is the persistence of achieving a goal against the odds and despite of difficulties and setbacks. Characters such as Stanley Yelnats and Cassie Logan show their perseverance in the novels they were featured in. In Holes by Louis Sachar, Stanley perseveres through difficult terrain and a sick groupmate to find a secret place only few know of and find the hidden treasures of the desert that had been stripped from his family so unfairly. The award winning novel, Roll of Thunder Hear My

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    rocks, asteroids, with rare and unique ores within which made it special and worth the time to extract. These rocks would be hard and bumpy, a protective encasing over the ores that if refined, become smooth and heavy. A large vessel, almost as black as abyss itself, was drowned in it, floating across the nothingness, a spacecraft designed to journey, research, and explore the vast sea of darkness. It was a sanctuary to those who could not withstand the abyss, a light in eternal darkness. The

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    Character Analysis Essay Are you cursed? In Louis Sachar 's Holes Stanley Yelnats lives with a four generation old curse originally placed on Elya Yelnats by Madam Zeroni. She made a deal with Elya, that she would help him win over the girl he loved by carrying a pig up the mountain every day, but on the final day he had to carry Madam Zeroni up the mountain too. Of course being selfish made him forget and he left for America when things didn’t go as planned and forgot about the deal. When

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