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Hawking radiation also known as Hawking–Zel'dovich radiation is blackbody radiation that is .... A black hole of one solar mass (M☉) has a temperature of only 60 nanokelvins (60 billionths of a kelvin); in fact, such a black hole would absorb far ...

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Sep 5, 2016 ... The very idea that a black hole could have a temperature strains the imagination. I mean, how can something that absorbs all the matter and ...

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There would be no such thing as temperature at the core or center of a black hole . Temperature is related to kinetic energy and to the emission of radiation.

www.universetoday.com/130605/cold-black-holes

Sep 2, 2016 ... The very idea that a black hole could have a temperature strains the imagination. I mean, how can something that absorbs all the matter and ...

www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=45146.0

Hi Chris If a Black Hole's gravitational pull is so strong that light itself (and I presume all aspects of the Electro Magnetic Radiation) cannot ...

www.sciencefocus.com/qa/are-black-holes-hot-or-cold

Jul 22, 2009 ... Black holes are freezing cold on the inside, but incredibly hot just outside. The internal temperature of a black hole with the mass of our Sun is ...

astronomy.stackexchange.com/questions/13081/what-is-the-temperature-inside-a-black-hole

Temperature of a black hole is determined by 'black body radiation temperature' of radiation which comes from it (if something is hot enough to ...

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The temperature of a black hole is determined by the 'black body radiation temperature' of the radiation which comes from it. (e.g., If something is hot...

chandra.harvard.edu/resources/faq/black_hole/bhole-61.html

Sep 10, 2008 ... The temperature of a black hole is only a fraction of a degree above absolute zero. How is this possible when the black hole ingests everything ...