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Abstract: If primordial low-mass black holes PBH exist in the Universe than many ofstars and planetary bodies appear to be infected by them. This is also true inregard to the Sun and likely Jupiter and Saturn. The availability of even thevery low-mass inner relativistic reactor may lead to essential changes inevolution scenario of a celestial body on its lifetime scale. Black holes instellar interior may be found either in consequence of captures process orincorporation during the formation of a star from interstellar clouds.Surprisingly that in the equilibrium state a PBH growth is a long-lived processwith e-folding rise time of billion years. One can envision a PBH orbitinginside the Sun. Our considerations showed that the PBH experiences very littlefriction in passing through the stellar matter. If the BH mass is above10^{-5}M {sun} the major contribution to the luminosity comes from therelativistic gravitational reactor. In such a case a star evolves towards theEddington limit. This should lead to considerable expansion of a star and aglobal stability loss. Microscopic PBHs can exist in the interior of planetarybodies too. To produce the required excess of thermal energy on Jupiter andSaturn the masses of PBH captured are assumed to be reached of 4 10^{19} and 710^{18} g, respectively. These microscopic objects are comparable to thehydrogen atom in size. One can envision even a planet with the PBH acting asthe self-sufficient source of heating. Such a planet does not need a sun tomaintain animal life on its surface. This may last eons.

Autor: B.E. Zhilyaev


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