Nobel Prize in Physics for three experts in the field of "black holes"

The Nobel Prize for Physics, which was announced Tuesday, culminated in three pioneers in the field of research on “black holes”, which are regions of the universe with super-gravity that no particles can escape from, they are Britain's Roger Penrose, German, Reinhard Gnzel, and Andrea Gies, the American.

Penrose won the famous prize for discovering that "the formation of a black hole is a solid prediction of general relativity," while Gnzel is incompetent "for discovering a compact, super-massive object in the center of our galaxy," as the jury announced during its announcement of the winners in Stockholm.


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