Washington Post
Gravitational wave from black hole collision 1.8 billion light-years away sensed in US and Italy
Washington Post
When two black holes merged 1.8 billion light-years away, their violent union sent shock waves through space and time. On Aug. 14, three precisely tuned machines sensed the cosmic fallout, a ripple known as a gravitational wave. August’s event marked …
A fourth gravitational wave has been detected — and we’ve pinpointed its location better than ever beforeThe Verge
New gravitational wave detector almost immediately spots black hole mergerArs Technica
A New Gravitational Wave Detector Makes Its First DiscoveryGizmodo
Phys.Org -The Guardian -BBC News -Nature.com
all 10 news articles »
" />
Published On: Wed, Sep 27th, 2017

Gravitational wave from black hole collision 1.8 billion light-years away sensed in US and Italy – Washington Post


Washington Post

Gravitational wave from black hole collision 1.8 billion light-years away sensed in US and Italy
Washington Post
When two black holes merged 1.8 billion light-years away, their violent union sent shock waves through space and time. On Aug. 14, three precisely tuned machines sensed the cosmic fallout, a ripple known as a gravitational wave. August's event marked ...
A fourth gravitational wave has been detected — and we've pinpointed its location better than ever beforeThe Verge
New gravitational wave detector almost immediately spots black hole mergerArs Technica
A New Gravitational Wave Detector Makes Its First DiscoveryGizmodo
Phys.Org -The Guardian -BBC News -Nature.com
all 10 news articles »

We’re on Facebook!

Featured