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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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Strong winds overlook the largest waves of the ocean

30th April 2019, 8:28 AM UTC To Jaclyn Jeffrey-Wilensky Strong winds drive the biggest waves of the ocean to dizzying heights. This is the potentially threatening realization of the New Research that has analyzed global wind and wave measurements worth more than 30 years to see how they have changed over time. Researchers at the University of Melbourne behind the …

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The biggest waves of the ocean are getting bigger and bigger

The Verrazano Bridge in Brooklyn, as Hurricane Sandy approached on October 29, 2012, is growing larger, driven by an increase in extreme winds. This is the result of a new study that used 33 years of satellite data to monitor changes in the ocean. The researchers, a team of scientists from the University of Melbourne in Australia, have created the …

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DIY gravitational waves with & # 39; BlackHoles @ Home & # 39;

The BlackHoles @ Home project uses highly efficient simulation grids so that binary black hole collisions can be modeled on desktop computers. The black dots represent the horizons of the black hole for two black holes of different mass. Picture credits: Z.Etienne / WVU Researchers hoping to better interpret data from the detection of gravitational waves produced by the collision …

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LIGO is looking for gravitational waves again, and scientists hope to learn here

After a year of downtime for hardware upgrades, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) is operational and will deploy its two detectors on April 1 in Washington State and the US state of Louisiana Virgo collaboration based in Italy. Later this year, the KAGRA detector may also be used in Japan. In combination with the hardware upgrades, the scientists …

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Scientists are in the process of resuming the hunt for waves in space-time

Two neutron stars collide as gravitational waves scatter to the outside. Simulation of extreme space-times On April 1, scientists will turn on three huge machines that can detect waves in the fabric of the Universe – the phases of thought called "gravitational waves". The giant twin facilities of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) in Louisiana and Washington and …

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Why did not we find gravitational waves in our own galaxy?

<div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " For the real black holes that exist or arise in our universe, we can observe the radiation emitted by their surrounding matter and the gravitational waves that exist generated by the inspiration, fusion, and ringdown, but we still need to detect a fusion within our own Milky Way. LIGO / Caltech / MIT …

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