Astrophysics at the Institute of Physics and Mathematics of the Universe in Kabul, Japan, denied the theory of Stephen Hawking for black matter, according to Live Science.
Scientists conducted a study using the Hyper Suprime-Cam (HSC) camera mounted on a Subaru telescope in Hawaii. HSC allows you to take pictures of the Andromeda nebula. The aim of the Japanese astrophysicist's experiment is to look for small black holes, the presence of which was adopted by Stephen Hawking in the 1970s. Then the famous theoretical physicist assumed that the dark matter consisted of small black holes that appeared just after the Big Bang. If Hawking's theory is confirmed, scientists will be able to discover the secret of the missing mass of the universe.
As a result of the seven-hour study of the Andromeda nebula, the Japanese scientists had only one black hole, whereas Hawking had to have about 1,000 people.
Astrophysicists, however, are in no hurry to put an end to this. According to one theory, the signals of the primary black holes are short and can not be seen when viewed from the Earth.
Recall that Hawking also claims that the black holes have their own temperature. In his last work, the theoretical physicist, along with his colleagues, described the black hole's property – an irreversible energy dissipation. According to this property, if you throw an object in a black hole, its temperature will change.
Stephen Hawking died on 14 March 2019 at the age of 76.