What happens when LIGO texts you to say it's detected one of Einstein's predicted gravitational waves
The best thing about a day in my life on the lookout for gravitational waves is that I never know when it will begin.
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The wave that made history snuck up on them. David Shoemaker will never forget the date—September 14, 2015—when he woke up to a message alerting him that an underground detector had spotted ...
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Scientists in the US have today announced what could be the biggest breakthrough in physics in a hundred years. Specifically, they claim to have at last detected gravitational waves, ...
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There's not lexicographical basis for complaints that 'gravity wave' is incorrect usage for gravitational waves.
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Einstein's last prediction and one of the most anticipated discoveries in physics has finally been confirmed. The LIGO experiment has seen ripples in space-time, caused by a black hole merger
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