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Viewpoint: Listen to the cosmic hum of black holes

Neil Cornish, Department of Physics, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717, USA 16. April 2018 & bullet; Physics 11, 36 A new analysis technique would allow the gravitational wave background to be detected from distant black holes in days rather than years. Figure 1: The majority of black hole fusions are too far away to produce a significant signal in …

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Kip Thorne gives talks about the Big Bang, black holes, colliding stars

Caltech Kip Thorne, 2017 Nobel laureate in physics Courtesy of the Office of Communications Over a thousand people crowded into Jadwin Hall on Thursday, April 12, filling five auditoriums to attend the 43rd Donald R. Hamilton Lecture given by Kip Thorne, professor emeritus at the California Institute of Technology, was held. Thorne, who together with Barry Barish of Caltech and …

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Black holes: Why "Megamerge" can form in star clusters

S Tempo is the Disneyland of Death. It is cold, callous and without a doubt heartbreaking at the same time. When stars die, they can create black holes, the most frightening and beautiful things in the universe. These huge cavities can find another black hole to form a binary connection, and according to a new study, this cosmic mating could …

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Thousands of hidden black holes could be revealed with a new method

The Universe is often described as still, but a new way to hear key events that often remain untouched has been developed by a research team. The last three years have been an era of gold rush for astronomy as confirmation of the discovery of gravitational waves – the waves generated by cataclysmic events in the universe – they opened …

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Three massive coronal holes opened on the sun

NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) has discovered three coronal holes on the solar surface. These coronal holes are gigantic and spew solar wind particles in the direction of the earth in recent days. "For much of this week, the Sun has had three major coronal holes (April 3-6, 2018), and coronal holes appear as large dark areas marked with arrows …

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& # 39; # 39 & gravitational background; Hum could show several distant, unknown black holes

Black holes are those mysterious objects that devour everything around them and create gravitational waves or waves in the fabric of space and time by colliding with each other. Every few minutes, two of these cavities and the waves merge. This catastrophic event spread throughout the universe. However, since all gravitational waves are not strong enough to be detected, many …

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The background buzz of space could reveal hidden black holes

A visualization of a supercomputer simulation of black holes emitting gravitational waves. Credit: NASA / C. Henze Space is not as quiet as we believe. Every few minutes, two black holes intermesh. These cataclysms cause waves in space-time, known as gravitational waves. Now scientists at Monash University have developed a way to listen to these events. The gravitational waves of …

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