Are observations of Hawking radiation at the acoustic event horizon in Bose-Einstein condensates consistent with Gravastars?
To reconcile the second law of thermodynamics with the existence of a black hole event horizon, black-holes are necessarily said to contain high entropy while Gravastars not at all. An Event-Horizon forming out of a collapsing star's intense gravity sufficient enough to force the matter to phase change transforming into Bose-Einstein condensate would be such that nearby matter would be re-emitted as another form of energy, and all matter coming into contact with the Event-Horizon itself would become incorporated.
So, it seems reasonable to wonder if Black-Holes are distinguishable from Gravastars since Gravastars appear to be better emitters, and Black-holes better entropy sinks. What do observations of Hawking radiation from acoustic black holes from Bose-Einstein condensate seem to suggest?