Theoretical and Natural Science

Theoretical and Natural Science

TNS Vol.2 (CIAP 2022), 02 February 2023

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The State-of-art Theorem and Detection Paradigms of Black Holes

Zhengping Yang 1
1 Beijing Bayi school international department, Beijing, China

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Theoretical and Natural Science, TNS Vol.2 (CIAP 2022), 211-216
Published 02 February 2023. © 2023 The Author(s). Published by EWA Publishing
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Citation Zhengping Yang. The State-of-art Theorem and Detection Paradigms of Black Holes. TNS (2023) TNS Vol.2 (CIAP 2022): 211-216.


The black hole has been a mystery and a source of detection motivation for the human race ever since our quest of the discovery and research of other space. In general, the black hole can be defined as a special time-space structure where the gravity is strong enough to trap the photons, i.e., the light will be unable to penetrate or escape from it. In this paper, the current theorem and state-of-art detection paradigms are discussed in detail. Primarily, the categories of the black holes are demonstrated. The four different types of black holes all present their unique features. the quest for black hole exploration has never ceased. It has achieved stunning breakthrough with the first ever photo taken of the black hole by NASA in 2019. The future analysis of black hole excavation and research has been brought a bright future, as technology and outer space exploration plans continue to evolve. These results shed light on guiding further exploration of cosmology as well as the astrophysics.


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