Black Holes and Neutron Stars in an Oscillating Universe

  title={Black Holes and Neutron Stars in an Oscillating Universe},
  author={Nick Gorkavyi and S. A. Tyul’bashev},
  journal={Astrophysical Bulletin},
In recent years, hypotheses about a cyclical Universe have been again actively considered. In these cosmological theories, the Universe, instead of a “one-time” infinite expansion, periodically shrinks to a certain volume, and then again experiences the Big Bang. One of the problems for the cyclic Universe will be its compatibility with a vast population of indestructible black holes that accumulate from cycle to cycle. The article considers a simple iterative model of the evolution of black… 
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