For context, I’m planning a novel with as much ridiculous magic as ridiculous science so, yes I know, it’s impossible but bear with me.
There is a supermassive black hole that weighs 1 trillion solar masses and to “kill” it, the cast decides to lure it to a magic-made 1 trillion solar mass star and then collide a 1 trillion solar mass star made of antimatter into the regular matter star and hope that the explosive force is enough to blow it apart.
Let me drop my numbers (if you want to check my work or poke holes in the math and expose my psuedophyics please go ahead :P) :
according to: https://youtu.be/3ZWqQciAQlU?t=139
1 kg of matter + 1 kg of antimatter = the energy of Hiroshima bomb x 3000
1 kg of matter + 1 kg of antimatter = 63 terajoules or (6.3 x 10^13 joules x 3000)
1 kg of matter + 1 kg of antimatter = 1.89 x 10^17 joules of energy
1M☉ = 2x10^30 kg so a 1 trillion M☉ star weighs 2x10^42 kg!
So I was trying to find how much energy would be released if 2x10^42 kg of matter smacked 2x10^42 kg of antimatter and did some cross-multiplication.
1kg of matter + 1 kg of antimatter OVER 1.89 x 10^17 joules of energy is EQUAL to 2x10^42 kg of matter + 2x10^42 kg of antimatter OVER x.
x=a whopping 3.78x10^59 joules
I divided this number by the energy output of a supernova (10^44 J)
To put it in perspective, for a 1 Trillion M☉ sun made of regular matter smacking a 1 Trillion M☉ sun made of antimatter, the explosion will be 3.78 QUADRILLION times more energetic than a supernova. Y I K E S!!!
Back to the question at hand.
I found out that a supernova’s explosive velocity is 10% the speed of light and its shockwave is 3% the speed of light. I’m wondering if that rate stays the same for an explosion of above-stated magnitude or if the velocity increases.
Is there like a formula or chart or something to scale this?
And I know to get to the speed of light require an infinite amount of energy, but considering that a supernova explodes at 10%, what would be the velocity for an explosion 3.78 quadrillion times more energetic? And what would happen if that explosion is faster than the speed of light with all that ridiculous energy output? Would that be enough to “kill” the 1 trillion solar mass black hole since light would be able to escape (considering how freaking luminous the explosion would be)?
Also, would the explosion put out enough force to disrupt the massive gravitational pull of the 1 trillion solar mass black hole?