Japanese scientists from the Kavli Institute of Physics and Mathematics have presented a description of the origin of primary black holes.
According to the researchers, such black holes formed long before stars and galaxies emerged. The study has been published in the journal Physical Review Letters.
According to the scientists, primary black holes were formed during the early stages of the formation of small universes, which appeared as a result of the rapid expansion of the main Universe.
Researchers point out that small universes appear and disappear quickly, but the enormous amount of energy emitted contributes to the formation of black holes.
The researchers point out that small universes emerge and disappear quickly, but the enormous amounts of energy released contribute to the formation of black holes.
Scientists believe a primordial black hole can theoretically be detected using the huge Hyper Suprime-Cam digital camera on the 8.2-metre Subaru Telescope on Mauna Kea.
Astronomers will detect an increase in the brightness of the star, indicating that a nearby black hole is distorting the light beam.
By varying the brightness of the star, scientists can determine the mass of the black hole. A hypothetical black hole the mass of the moon has already been detected and could be consistent with the hypothesis of a multiverse.