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LIGO's Second Detection Of Gravitational Waves From 2nd Pair Of Black Holes - Science World Report;

LIGO's Second Detection Of Gravitational Waves From 2nd Pair Of Black Holes - Science World Report

Science World ReportLIGO's Second Detection Of Gravitational Waves From 2nd Pair Of Black HolesScience World ReportOrbiting telescopes found the strongest direct evidence yet for the existence of black holes by measuring the release of energy from space matter spiraling at an ever increasing speed into the bottomless maw that marks the edge of a black hole, January ...and more »

Scientists confirm Einstein's Theory of Relativity after detecting gravitational waves for the second time - International Business Times AU;

Scientists confirm Einstein's Theory of Relativity after detecting gravitational waves for the second time - International Business Times AU

International Business Times AUScientists confirm Einstein's Theory of Relativity after detecting gravitational waves for the second timeInternational Business Times AUAn artist's rendering of an outburst on an ultra-magnetic neutron star, also called a magnetar is shown in this handout provided by NASA February 10, 2016. Reuters/NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. A team of more than 1,000 scientists from more than ...and more »

Second Gravitational Wave Makes It Official: Merging Black Holes Don't Burst! - Forbes;

Second Gravitational Wave Makes It Official: Merging Black Holes Don't Burst! - Forbes

ForbesSecond Gravitational Wave Makes It Official: Merging Black Holes Don't Burst!ForbesYesterday, the LIGO collaboration announced the detection of a pair of merging black holes, a 14 solar mass black hole inspiraling and coalescing with an 8 solar mass black hole, only the second gravitational wave event ever seen. While some ...and more »

LIGO detects whispers of another black-hole merger - Nature.com;

LIGO detects whispers of another black-hole merger - Nature.com

Nature.comLIGO detects whispers of another black-hole mergerNature.comAfter historic first discovery last September, twin observatories detected gravitational waves again on Boxing Day. Davide Castelvecchi. 15 June 2016. Article tools. PDF · Rights & Permissions. RUSSELL KIGHTLEY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY. An artist's ...and more »

Gravitational Waves of Black Holes Crash Detected for Second Time Ever - Newsmax;

Gravitational Waves of Black Holes Crash Detected for Second Time Ever - Newsmax

NewsmaxGravitational Waves of Black Holes Crash Detected for Second Time EverNewsmaxA gravitational wave produced by crashing black holes has been detected for the second time ever, scientists report. According to The Associated Press, a gravitational wave is the warp in the fabric in the cosmos that Albert Einstein predicted a ...and more »

LIGO Detects Second Black Hole Collision - Sky & Telescope;

LIGO Detects Second Black Hole Collision - Sky & Telescope

Sky & TelescopeLIGO Detects Second Black Hole CollisionSky & TelescopeThe gravitational wave observatory has detected a second event, heralding a new era in astrophysics. two black holes in the moments before a catastrophic collision. This image depicts two black holes in the moments before a catastrophic collision.and more »

Chirp! Here's What the New Gravitational-Wave Signal Sounds Like (Video) - Space.com;

Chirp! Here's What the New Gravitational-Wave Signal Sounds Like (Video) - Space.com

Space.comChirp! Here's What the New Gravitational-Wave Signal Sounds Like (Video)Space.comOn Wednesday (June 15), researchers with the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) announced that they had directly detected gravitational waves — ripples in the fabric of space-time predicted by Albert Einstein a century ago ...and more »

Gravitational waves detected again from black hole collision - Hindu Business Line;

Gravitational waves detected again from black hole collision - Hindu Business Line

Hindu Business LineGravitational waves detected again from black hole collisionHindu Business LineFor the second time, scientists have directly detected gravitational waves created by the collision of two black holes 1.4 billion light years away, which once again confirms Einstein's theory of general relativity. The scientists detected the ...and more »

Did gravitational wave detector find dark matter? - Science Daily;

Did gravitational wave detector find dark matter? - Science Daily

Science DailyDid gravitational wave detector find dark matter?Science DailyDate: June 15, 2016; Source: Johns Hopkins University; Summary: When an astronomical observatory detected two black holes colliding in deep space, scientists celebrated confirmation of Einstein's prediction of gravitational waves. A team of ...and more »

New gravitational waves observed from second pair of black holes - RIT University News Services;

New gravitational waves observed from second pair of black holes - RIT University News Services

RIT University News ServicesNew gravitational waves observed from second pair of black holesRIT University News ServicesGravitational waves from a second pair of colliding black holes has validated the landmark discovery from earlier this year that confirmed Einstein's general theory of relativity. Rochester Institute of Technology scientists contributed to the initial ...and more »

Lightweight black hole merger detected, offering new insight into gravity - ExtremeTech;

Lightweight black hole merger detected, offering new insight into gravity - ExtremeTech

ExtremeTechLightweight black hole merger detected, offering new insight into gravityExtremeTechThe twin LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational wave Observatory) detectors on either side of the continent have produced a new, fascinating result: not only have they spied a new black hole collision to add to the still-tiny list of confirmed ...and more »

Gravitational waves: UM physicists involved in second detection - University of Michigan News

Gravitational waves: UM physicists involved in second detectionUniversity of Michigan NewsSimulation of gravitational waves. ANN ARBOR—For the second time, scientists have observed gravitational waves—ripples in the fabric of spacetime caused by the merger of black holes. The observation confirms physicists' original gravitational wave ...and more »

Einstein's gravitational waves detected for the second time - Economic Times;

Einstein's gravitational waves detected for the second time - Economic Times

Economic TimesEinstein's gravitational waves detected for the second timeEconomic TimesPUNE: On Wednesday evening, when astronomers announced for the second time, detection of gravitational waves, predicted by Einstein exactly a century ago, there was a technique developed by Indian scientists, that made it possible to detect the weak ...and more »

Black holes and measuring gravitational waves - Phys.Org;

Black holes and measuring gravitational waves - Phys.Org

Phys.OrgBlack holes and measuring gravitational wavesPhys.OrgAn artist's concept of a supermassive black hole at the center of a galaxy. Credit: NASA - JPL/Caltech. The supermassive black holes found at the centre of every galaxy, including our own Milky Way, may, on average, be smaller than we thought ...and more »

Second Observation of Gravitational Waves Revealed --

Second Observation of Gravitational Waves Revealed --"New Window on Some of the Darkest Events in Our Universe" - The Daily Galaxy (blog)

The Daily Galaxy (blog)Second Observation of Gravitational Waves Revealed --"New Window on Some of the Darkest Events in Our Universe"The Daily Galaxy (blog)LIGO's results have opened a new window onto the universe. The advent of radio astronomy, for example, revealed the universe's most luminous objects in the form of quasars and pulsars. For Neil Turok of the Perimeter Institute the most exciting thing ...and more »

Massive Collisions & Catastrophes from distant Universes: LIGO records for the 2nd Time - University Herald;

Massive Collisions & Catastrophes from distant Universes: LIGO records for the 2nd Time - University Herald

University HeraldMassive Collisions & Catastrophes from distant Universes: LIGO records for the 2nd TimeUniversity HeraldAccording to Einstein's Theory of General Relativity, when a compact mass is strong enough to muster negative energies, it can eventually bend the fabric of space-time to give birth to black holes. (Photo : insspirito/Pixabay). The twin "Laser ...and more »

Gravitational waves caught again - EurekAlert (press release)

Gravitational waves caught againEurekAlert (press release)'The second detection of the gravitational waves from merging black holes is very important. The foundation for the gravitational-wave astronomy is becoming stronger and more reliable,' says Valery Mitrofanov, Professor of the Physics Department of the ...and more »

Second Gravitational Wave Discovery Confirmed - Popular Mechanics;

Second Gravitational Wave Discovery Confirmed - Popular Mechanics

Popular MechanicsSecond Gravitational Wave Discovery ConfirmedPopular MechanicsFor the second time in human history, scientists have detected gravitational waves passing through Earth. These waves, created by the violent spiraling collision of two black holes, are the warping and distortion of the fabric of space itself. This ...and more »

LIGO is listening to two black holes collide from 1.4 billion years ago - International Business Times, India Edition;

LIGO is listening to two black holes collide from 1.4 billion years ago - International Business Times, India Edition

International Business Times, India EditionLIGO is listening to two black holes collide from 1.4 billion years agoInternational Business Times, India EditionLIGO has confirmed that its system that detects gravity waves works and might change how we understand the universe. no photo. June 16, 2016 18:40 IST. Gravitational waves detectedReuters. What happens when two black holes collide? Scientists at ...and more »

LIGO Bags Another Binary Black Hole Burst - Slate Magazine (blog);

LIGO Bags Another Binary Black Hole Burst - Slate Magazine (blog)

Slate Magazine (blog)LIGO Bags Another Binary Black Hole BurstSlate Magazine (blog)About 1.4 billion light-years from Earth, two black holes were on a dance of death. One was about 14 times the mass of the Sun; the other eight. For a long time their orbits had been decaying, approaching each other ever more rapidly. And then, finally ...and more »