A Vaidya-Bonner based model of a charged evaporating black hole is examined during the inflationary phase of the universe. The structure and location of the apparent and event horizons of the black hole are determined. The cosmic censorship conjecture is considered within the framework of this model. It is demonstrated that the formation of super-maximal charged black holes is possible due to the inflationary phase, resulting in primordial naked singularities. The motion of test bodies is also examined in this model. The null and time-like geodesic equations are obtained exactly. Similar equations are obtained exactly for the case of charged test particles. It is demonstrated that the luminosity of the central body induces a relative motion between positive and negative test charges, leading to accretion disk temperatures for luminous bodies which are higher than those of non -radiating bodies.
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- Physics: Astronomy and Astrophysics