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**Hawking radiation** is black-body radiation that is predicted to be released by black holes, due to quantum effects near the event horizon. It is named after the ...

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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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Classically, black holes are black. Quantum mechanically, black holes radiate, with a radiation known as **Hawking radiation**, after the British physicist Stephen ...

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A brief and accessible overview of **Hawking radiation** from the Physics FAQ; suitable for the general reader. Originally written by John Baez (University of California ...

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Cosmologist, astrophysicist, and physicist Stephen Hawking showed, in 1974, that black holes should emit electromagnetic radiation with a black body spectrum; this ...

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**Hawking radiation**, Radiation theoretically emitted from just outside the event horizon of a black hole. Stephen W. Hawking proposed in 1974 that subatomic particle ...

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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 ...

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

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In the previous section the two main classical properties of black holes -- the total area of event horizons can only increase, and the surface ...

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**Hawking radiation** A form of radiation believed to emanate from black holes, emerging from the region just beyond the black hole's event horizon (from which no ...