This Black-Hole Collision Just Made Gravitational Waves Even More Interesting
SCIENCE
April 26, 20204 min read, 708 words

This Black-Hole Collision Just Made Gravitational Waves Even More InterestingThis Black-Hole Collision Just Made Gravitational Waves Even More Interesting

Davide Castelvecchi
Published: April 26, 2020  |  4 min read, 708 words
Gravitational-wave astronomers have for the first time detected a collision between two black holes of substantially different masses—opening up a new vista on astrophysics and on the physics of gravity. The event offers the first unmistakable evidence from these faint space-time...
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