UK Releases First
The first black hole photo in the history of humankind revealed its true features a while ago, and attracted great attention instantly. When it comes to black holes, we can think of not only the vast universe, but also the great British physicist Hawking. To commemorate the first anniversary of Hawking's death, the Royal Mint has launched a "Scientist Series" commemorative coin. They will specially create a commemorative coin for black hole.
This black hole commemorative coin has a face value of 50 pence, uses copper-nickel alloy, weighs 8 grams, and has a diameter of 27.3 mm. This commemorative coin has a great sense of technology. The mainly picture is a black hole, and it is also engraved with the famous black hole equation. On the back is the head of the Queen of England..
The Hawking Black Hole Commemorative Coin is the first coin in the "Scientist" series of the British Royal Mint, Commemorative coins from other scientists will follow. For the Hawking Black Hole Commemorative Coin, it is the first coin of series commemorative coins, it will have additional value.
Hawking is the third person to receive a commemorative coin from the royal mint within a year of his death, and the other two were Churchill and Queen Elizabeth. The great respect and honor attached to Hawking is inseparable from his great achievements in physics.