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Prince Louis waves at the conquest of the color 2019

Prince Louis and Kate Middleton's 1-year-old son, Prince Louis, made his public debut today at Trooping the Color, the sovereign's annual birthday celebration. He quickly became the center of his attention, waving to the crowd uninterruptedly. He also pointed to the planes that flew over him and clapped with the crowd. The public debut of Prince Louis could not be …

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Blur the dream of ideal "Invisibility" coats for stress waves

In many earthquake-prone regions, Roman arenas have survived. Did the Romans inadvertently build seismic wave coats when designing Colisees? Some researchers believe this because of the similarity of the arenes with modern experimental elastodynamic cloaking devices. Picture credits: David Iliff, License: CC BY-SA 3.0 It remains to be seen whether Harry Potter's invisibility cloak, which directs light waves perfectly around …

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"Flashbacks" – gravitational waves create "memories" of the universe

Published on May 10, 2019 While the billion dollar detector of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) watches around the clock for gravitational waves passing through the earth, new investigations have emerged that these waves leave "memories" that could help them recognize them even after the Big Bang, and that they have the potential to inform us about everything …

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Black hole-based aliens 'could use GRAVITATIONAL WAVES to communicate' – SHOCK claim | Science | News

The European Space Agency's (ESA) Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) is scheduled to launch in 2034. The next-generation space instrument aims to capture gravitational waves – tiny ripples through the fabric of space-time. LISA – the world's first dedicated space-based gravitational wave detector – is a staggeringly ambitious project, LISA – the world's first dedicated space-based gravitational wave detector [3] …

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Gravitational waves could leave some strange lasting effects

The faint, flickering distortions of space-time, which we call gravitational waves, are difficult to discover, and we have only succeeded in the last few years. However, scientists have now calculated that these waves may leave more stubborn traces of their passages – traces we may possibly discover. Such traces are called persistent gravitational wave observables. In a new article, an …

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Almost all blue supergiants shine in their brightness due to the waves on their surface – ScienceDaily

Blue supergiants are rock-and-roll: they live fast and die young. This makes them rare and difficult to study. Before space telescopes were invented, few blue supergiants were observed, so our knowledge of those stars was limited. Based on the NASA Space Telescope data, an international team around KU Leuven examined the sounds that emerged in these stars and discovered that …

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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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Evidence of waves in space and time has been found 5 times this month – Axios

Scientists searching for gravitational waves – waves in space and time through catastrophic collisions – had a busy month. The Impact: The LIGO and Virgo Observatories, which were tasked with detecting these waves, started their latest observing run on April 1, and have already found evidence of 5 possible gravitational wave signals. The observatories are 40% more sensitive after upgrades …

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Mortgage rates fall as an economist waves the white flag

iStockphoto A house in a suburb of San Diego Housing loan rates plummeted, another reminder of the "lower for longer" conditions that have weighed on financial markets since the 2008 financial crisis. The 30-year period Freddie Mac said on Thursday the fixed-rate mortgage averaged 4.14% in the 2nd week of May. That had dropped 6 basis points during the week. …

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