A Brief History of Time
Random House Publishing Group, 1998 M09 1 - 240 páginas
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... mass and energy , summed up in Ein- stein's famous equation E = mc2 ( where E is energy , m is mass , and c is the speed of light ) , and the law that nothing may travel faster than the speed of light . Because of the equivalence of ...
... mass of the sun would not be able to support itself against its own gravity . ( This mass is now known as the Chandrasekhar limit . ) A similar discovery was made about the same time by the Russian scientist Lev Davidovich Landau . This ...
... mass of a thousand million tons would have a lifetime roughly equal to the age of the universe . Primordial black holes with initial masses less than this figure would already have completely evaporated , but those with slightly greater ...
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