Ok so first I know that this equation was presented by Stephen Hawking to describe to Temperature of a black hole:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

T = hc^{2}/ 16∏^{2}GMk

so I did the calculations and got that the temperature of a black hole with the mass of our sun would be ≈ .57°

Is this right? Is this the right equation?

Here is what I used for the variables can you guys check if these are correct?:

g = 6.67*10^-11

h = 62606956*10^-34

k = 1.3806583*10^-23

and then just the mass of our sun and the speed of light

Thanks

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