# Possibility of primordial black holes collision with Earth and the consequences of this collision

@article{Rahvar2021PossibilityOP, title={Possibility of primordial black holes collision with Earth and the consequences of this collision}, author={Sohrab Rahvar}, journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society}, year={2021} }

In the context of the existence of primordial black holes (PBHs), they may compose a fraction of the dark matter of the Universe. Assuming that PBHs fill the dark content of the Milky Way Galaxy in the Galactic halo and the dark disc, we calculate the probability of collision of the PBHs with Earth. This collision has different consequences as heating the interior of the Earth through dynamical friction and accretion processes. In this work, we calculate the rate of collisions and a fraction… Expand

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