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Her wedding ring came 4.6 billion years ago from a neutron star burst

This simulation, created by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, shows the massive cosmic event when two neutron stars collide. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Your wedding ring may have been brand new at the time of purchase, but part of it is billions of years old. Scientists attributed the origin of some of Earth's most valuable metals to a massive …

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Scientists believe they found the ancient neutron star crash that showered our solar system in gold

Two neutron stars break apart in this NASA simulation to form a black hole. Recent research indicates that a stellar collision like this one occurred 4.6 billion years ago near our solar system and covered our cosmic neighborhood with many heavy elements vital to life. Credit: NASA Goddard Two Astronomers Believe This I've identified the age-old stellar collision that caused …

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NASA Black Hole BREAKTHROUGH: Agency observes black hole while swallowing neutron star | Science | news

Black holes are the most mysterious entities in the entire universe. The area of ​​space-time shows a gravitational acceleration that is so strong that nothing – even light – can escape. And for the first time, US space agency NASA has directly observed the near-impossible performance of a black hole after discovering a neutron star swallowed by a black hole. …

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Waves in space and time indicate that the black hole may have swallowed a neutron star – RT World News

Astronomers say they first discovered a neutron star that was swallowed by a black hole after seeing huge gravitational waves in space. The waves were spotted by the Double Star Observatory in the USA and the Virgo Detector in Italy following a possible collision on April 26. If confirmed, the important discovery could provide important insight into what exactly happens …

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Two Neutron Stars Exploded in Our Cosmic Backyard Billions of Years Ago

From Popular Mechanics Two years ago, a team of scientists at an incredibly advanced telescope to observe two stars in a galaxy colliding together in a super explosion. But according to new research, we did not actually have hundreds of millions of light-years away to find colliding neutron stars. That's because one such collision happened right in our own backyard …

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Scientists have just witnessed a crash between two neutron stars

Stun. X-ray: NASA / CXC / SAO / J. DePasquale; IR: NASA / JPL-Caltech; Optical: NASA / STScI On April 25, thanks to the re-opened LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitation Wave Observatory), scientists observed something great: a space-time ripple that suggests a collision between two incredibly dense neutron stars. The interesting part: The collision probably took place 500 million years ago. …

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LIGO may have discovered an association of black hole neutron stars

Enlarge / Our gravitational wave detectors are really a series of tubes. On April 1, the teams behind the three gravitational wave detectors launched a new observation run, the first in which all three worked in parallel. With the benefit of three detectors and some upgrades performed during downtime, there is a flood of new data. In just one month, …

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Two neutron stars collided billions of years near the solar system

If a similar event occurred at a similar distance from the solar system today, the ensuing radiation would outshine the entire night sky. Picture credits: Szabolcs Marka The astronomers Szabolcs Marka of Columbia University and Imre Bartos of the University of Florida identified a violent collision of two neutron stars 4.6 billion years ago as the likely source for some …

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Scientists discover neutron star collision that could have caused the plutonium of our solar system

Artistic representation of colliding neutron stars Image: ESA In 2017, observatories around the world observed a high-energy collision between a pair of dense objects, each slightly more massive than the Sun, but only as big as a city. A similar collision, closer to home, could have been responsible for producing some of the heaviest elements in our own solar system …

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