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British scientists are to mimic black holes in the laboratory as part of a £2.35 million project looking at how matter and energy interact.
The team from Heriot-Watt University in Scotland will produce laser pulses whose energy is measured in trillions of watts.
They will be used to simulate conditions found around a black hole, a place where gravity is so strong that light cannot escape and the normal laws of physics break down.
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