NASA Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope

NASA’s Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope, set to launch in 2026, aims to discover primordial black holes, remnants from the universe’s inception around 13.8 billion years ago. These black holes, which could range vastly in size and are theorized to be related to dark matter, might significantly alter our understanding of physics and the early universe. Recent research led by William DeRocco from the University of California, Santa Cruz, which was published in Physical Review D, describes methods the telescope will use to search for these ancient cosmic entities. This mission not only challenges existing theories, such as Stephen Hawking’s theory of black hole radiation but also promises advancements in astronomy and particle physics.

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