Published On: Mon, Oct 16th, 2017

Scientists detect gravitational waves from a new kind of nova, sparking a new era in astronomy – Washington Post


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Scientists detect gravitational waves from a new kind of nova, sparking a new era in astronomy
Washington Post
Some 130 million years ago, in a galaxy far away, the smoldering cores of two collapsed stars smashed into each other. The resulting explosion sent a burst of gamma rays streaming through space and rippled the very fabric of the universe. On Aug. 17 ...
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