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Black holes formed from dark matter could be making dead stars explode


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Black holes formed from dark matter could be making dead stars explode

By Chelsea Whyte A black hole in a white dwarf star might prompt it to explode like thisNASADead stars are exploding all around the universe and we aren’t really sure why – but now a pair of researchers think that minuscule black holes made from dark matter might be to blame. Burnt out stars known…

Black holes formed from dark matter could be making dead stars explode

By Chelsea Whyte

Supernova

A black hole in a white dwarf star might prompt it to explode like this

NASA

Dead stars are exploding all around the universe and we aren’t really sure why – but now a pair of researchers think that minuscule black holes made from dark matter might be to blame.

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Burnt out stars known as white dwarfs can ignite into a type Ia supernova when they gather matter from a neighbouring star or merge with other astronomical objects. Exactly how this works is still an open question.

“The dirty secret of supernovae is that in the computer models, we can’t ever …

Article amended on
10 December 2019

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