New Horizon Prize in Physics awarded to scientists chasing mysterious black gap photon spheres


Two scientists have received a $100,000 prize for describing the construction and a approach to detect mysterious black gap photon spheres. These enigmatic buildings type on the edges of a black gap, and will reveal the underlying physics that govern probably the most excessive objects within the cosmos.

Alexandru Lupsasca, of Vanderbilt College, and Michael Johnson, of Harvard College, received the New Horizon Prize in Physics “for elucidating the sub-structure and common traits of black gap photon rings, and their proposed detection by next-generation interferometric experiments.”


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