The Obama administration’s “black hole” of black holes has been called the “white elephant” of astrophysics, and its research is “invisible,” said one prominent astronomer.
But the Obama administration “never really explained how it works,” said David Gwynne, who teaches at UC Berkeley.
The black holes that form inside black holes are the result of collisions of two black holes, not of a single black hole merging with a star, he said.
That was the view of scientists such as Stephen Hawking, who called the theory of black-hole mergers “unworkable.”
In a letter to Trump on Friday, Gwynn said that the “black holes are very small and very stable” and “have very low temperatures” that allow them to form in dense clouds of gas and dust.
“The black holes can’t be explained by a singular black hole,” Gwynnes letter said.
But Gwynney’s letter was met with skepticism by other astronomers, who said the theory could explain some of the observed evidence of blackholes.
Gwynns letter said the “possibility of a supermassive black hole with a high-energy collision at a time and location when the universe was just beginning to form is one of the most compelling scenarios” of how black holes formed.
Black holes, astronomers say, are the remnants of massive star-forming events, but they can also be objects that formed when stars began to fuse into larger objects.
They’re considered the “tip of the iceberg” of the universe.
They formed when a star went supernova and exploded into a superheated and dense object called a supernova remnant.
That object could have been created when a super-massive black cloud formed around a nearby star.
Black hole remnants can last for billions of years and can become so dense that the matter around them can become electrically charged and form supermassive stars.
But they can’t grow to be very massive objects.
Astronomers say they can form anywhere on the surface of a star.
The problem with that idea is that black holes aren’t “big” objects.
“You don’t see them growing in the sky because they’re so tiny,” Gwinnes letter to the president said.
And the remnant is extremely fragile. “
Instead of being a gigantic black hole, they are the remnant of a very, very small star.
And the remnant is extremely fragile.
So they don’t grow very large.”
Black holes are so rare that astronomers believe they exist “in the order of 10 trillion to 100 trillion times the mass of our Sun.”
That’s a lot of stars, Gwinne wrote, “and they form in clusters of a few hundred to a few thousand.
“Black holes are extremely rare because they are so very, extremely cold.” “
But even though black holes exist, scientists don’t know how they form. “
Black holes are extremely rare because they are so very, extremely cold.”
But even though black holes exist, scientists don’t know how they form.
They have a surface that is very hot, very dense and very cold. “
And that’s very, highly unlikely because the black holes don’t have a solid surface.
The Obama presidency has been plagued by controversy over the lack of answers to questions about black holes. “
If you wanted to know the temperature, you would have to look up and down, and that would take a long time, because the temperature is very sensitive to how close you are to the surface.”
The Obama presidency has been plagued by controversy over the lack of answers to questions about black holes.
Some of the biggest controversies were over the size of the sun, which scientists believe is at least 5 billion times as massive as the Earth, and whether black holes form in stars.
Black-hole theorists have also argued that some galaxies appear to have formed when black holes collided with one another.
In a paper published last year in The Astrophysical Journal, a team of researchers argued that the galaxy formation rate could be much higher than astronomers had previously thought.
And in 2016, astrophysicist Michael Dolan said in an interview with the Associated Press that he thought it was possible that black-holes formed in a cluster of stars.
“It’s possible that a galaxy was created by a black hole collision and that it exploded into the star cluster, which would be very rare,” Dolan told AP.
“But the fact is that it would be a very difficult thing to do.”
The black hole theory also has sparked controversy over whether it can explain why the universe seems to be expanding faster than the speed of light.
Some astrophysicists have argued that if black holes were a type of “quantum gravity,” the universe would expand at the speed a photon travels through the universe, about 5,000 times faster