Dark Matter and Black Holes remain the favorite topic for physicists.
Stony Brook University has proposed a new method for the search in particle physics.
The proposed study has been published in Nature Communications.
The group from Stony Brook University includes experts like Rouven Essig, Rosalba Perna, and
Their team exclaimed that black holes' spins affect stellar disruption rates.
Ultra-light bosons impact black hole spins due to superradiant instability.
The study further says that the stellar tidal disruption measurements block supermassive black hole spin distributions.
The researchers recognized the findings of ultra-light bosons present in Stellar Tidal Discovery Surveys as crucial and revolutionary.
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