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Astronomers of MSU dedicated discovery of new black hole to Stephen Hawking

Using robot-assisted telescopes of series MASTER, researchers from the Moscow State University (MSU) have observed in details a gamma-splash taking place during the collapse of a star and formation of a new black hole at this position. The researchers have dedicated their discovery to the recently demised physicist Stephen Hawking who made a large contribution to the theory of black holes. The respective article has been published in The Astronomer’s Telegram.
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To catch a gamma-splash and understand its origin is a very complicated task. This event lasts from milliseconds to dozens of seconds, and it can happen upon the collapse of an ordinary star to the neuron one, or upon collapse to a black hole, or upon transformation to a quark star.

The scientists have utilized a series MASTER which is composed by a large number of telescopes installed over the whole planet which implies that at least one of them can catch on video the required part of the sky.

The light curve of gamma-irradiation corresponded to the shape typical for the death of a star of the main sequence and its collapse to a black hole.

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