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Astronomers Detected Gravitational Waves. Now They Want to See the Cosmic Ocean – Gizmodo

Using a signal from dozens of rapidly spinning, dead stars, astrophysicists have gotten closer to realizing their goal of detecting a background rumble of gravitational…

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Using a signal from dozens of rapidly spinning, dead stars, astrophysicists have gotten closer to realizing their goal of detecting a background rumble of gravitational waves in the universe.
When the existence of gravitational waves was confirmed in 2016, a new field of astrophysical research opened up. Two black holes collided, sending out a ripple in the fabric of space-time that was detected on Earth when it caused a blip in the sensitive instruments of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave…

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