Hawking radiation, also known as Hawking–Bekenstein radiation, or Hawking–Zel'dovich radiation, is blackbody radiation that is predicted to be released by black holes, due to quantum effects near the event horizon.

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- Hawking radiation, also known as Hawking–Bekenstein radiation, or Hawking–Zel'dovich radiation, is blackbody radiation that is predicted to be released by black holes, due to quantum effects near the event horizon.

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- Hawking radiation is an explanation of how radiation can be emitted from a black hole, despite its attractive power, due to quantum effects.

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- [Physics FAQ] - Modified by Ilja Schmelzer 1997. Original by John Baez 1994. Hawking Radiation. In 1975 Hawking published a shocking result: if one takes quantum theory into account, it seems that black holes are not quite black!

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- Hawking radiation is the thermal radiation predicted to be spontaneously emitted by black holes.It arises from the steady conversion of quantum vacuum fluctuations into pairs of particles, one of which escaping at infinity while the other is trapped inside the black hole horizon.

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- Hawking radiation: Hawking radiation, Radiation theoretically emitted from just outside the event horizon of a black hole. Stephen W. Hawking proposed in 1974 that subatomic particle pairs (photons, neutrinos, and some massive particles) arising naturally near the event horizon may result in one particle’s escaping

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- A clip from a BBC documentary explaining Hawking radiation around black holes.

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- Hawking's theory couldn't be proven, as it didn't relate effects of radiation Most believed impossible for information to hide while black hole shrunk Two separate groups of researchers have evidence to back up these claims These discoveries could help win the physicist the Nobel Prize ...

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- For some time now, astronomers have been scanning the heavens looking for signs of Hawking radiation. So far, they’ve come up with zilch. Today, it looks as if they’ve been beaten to the punch by a group of physicists who say they’ve created Hawking radiation in their lab. These guys reckon ...

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- arXiv:hep-th/0409024v3 31 Dec 2004 HAWKING RADIATION AND BLACK HOLE THERMODYNAMICS ∗ Don N. Page † Institute for Theoretical Physics Department of Physics, University of Alberta

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