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Gravitational Waves Could Help Scientists Solve A Major Black Hole Mystery
Astrophysicists at Brown University and Harvard University who study gravitational waves say these ripples in the fabric of space and time could help them investigate the possible existence of a very specific kind of black hole, one that hypothetically formed right after the big bang.
What the Neutron Star Collision Means for Dark Matter
The latest LIGO observations rekindle a fiery debate over how gravity works: Does the universe include dark matter, or doesn’t it?
Scientists Detect Gravitational Waves From a New Kind of Nova, Sparking a New Era in Astronomy
For the first time, scientists observed a cosmic phenomenon using both gravitational wave detectors and traditional telescopes, starting a new kind of astrophysics.
The Washington Post
New Gravitational Wave Detection From Colliding Black Holes
In another step forward for the rapidly expanding universe of invisible astronomy, scientists said they had recorded the space-time reverberations known as gravitational waves from the collision of a pair of black holes 1.8 billion light years away from here.
The New York Times
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