In the same way that a black hole can prevent light from escaping, an analogous sonic black hole uses liquids moving faster than sound to trap sound. Scientists are using these artificial black holes to look for Hawking radiation. This line of research will give us a better understanding of the universe. What kind of results will the team discover?
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