British black hole coin remembering Hawking

The theoretical physicist Dr. Stephen Hawking died on March 14, 2018. He is well known for Hawking radiation, in which black holes lose mass and evaporate. The fact that the Royal Mint has released a commemorative coin celebrating his accomplishment in the first week of the Hawking episode can still be as high as his accomplishment.

In addition to Dr. Stephen Hawking’s name, this commemorative coin depicts a concentric circle vortex, a black hole entropy equation. Entropy is the quantification of the degree of irreversibility of thermodynamics. What is interesting here is that the entropy of a black hole, even light, can not escape from a black hole. The law of physics is that systematic entropy can not be reduced naturally. So in the early 1970s, physicists, including Hawking, came to think of what would happen to the entropy of the system as a whole fell into the black hole.

Hawking links Hawking radiation theory that black holes must emit material from the surface of a scene, through the study. This has become an important milestone in physics as well as quantum mechanics, the laws of gravity, general relativity and least particle laws.

Hawking commemorative coins can be purchased for £ 10 each, but only 5,500 silver coins and more than 2,500 silver coins and 400 gold coins are sold. For more information, please click here .



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