By: April Carson
The Big Bang produced a large number of tiny black holes, according to some experts. As the cosmos expanded, these black holes traveled through space and accumulated in the Solar System over time.
The moon and other objects in our solar system may be strewn with craters caused by these tiny black holes, according to the study's researchers. They anticipate that their research will provide some new light on dark matter.
Did black holes smash into our Moon, leaving craters yet to be discovered?
The Big Bang was the birth of the universe. Miniature black holes were formed at the time of the Big Bang. According to researchers, many atom-sized black holes grew after the Big Bang. These astronomical bodies would travel through space and strike other heavenly bodies, including Earthlike planets.
The Atmosphere Of Earth Shielded It
According to experts, Earth and other planets in the Solar System have a much stronger atmosphere than the Moon, which has a very thin one. The Moon is more accessible to earthlings than the other planets in the Solar System, according to scientists at the Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics. Some of Jupiter's and Neptune's satellites, as well as Mercury's, might be excellent research targets, but they are more difficult to reach than the Moon.
Furthermore, the majority of the world is already putting in preparation for the next moon landing and overall satellite colonization, so it will clearly be a major research target in the future years.
Scientists will need further lunar samples to verify or debunk this hypothesis. One possibility is to send out a rover with capabilities similar to NASA's Curiosity Mars vehicle. The alternative, of course, is to bring samples back using a return mission.
Craters on the Moon
The study of the moon's surface, according to some theorists, might provide at least a basis for restricting these theories. If such anomalies do exist, future manned missions to the moon, such as NASA's Artemis program, may discover and study them.
The researchers think that the small black holes' traces and craters will be quite different from those of regular meteorites. If these black holes exist and left their mark on the moon, scientists may have indirect proof of dark matter's existence.
What would be the consequences of colliding with a miniature black hole?
The authors of the paper estimate that there could have been enough primordial black holes with a mass from 10 17 to 10 23 grams for repeated interactions with the Moon throughout the solar system's history.
Although a tiny black hole may appear to be little, even one with the size of a ping pong ball would have a mass greater than that of our planet. And if they do exist, they could still be present in the Solar System, but fortunately, Earth's atmosphere has not been destroyed and we are adequately protected.
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April Carson is the daughter of Billy Carson. She received her bachelor's degree in Social Sciences from Jacksonville University, where she was also on the Women's Basketball team. She now has a successful clothing company that specializes in organic baby clothes and other items. Take a look at their most popular fall fashions on bossbabymav.com
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