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This black-hole collision just made gravitational waves even more interesting
by Davide Castelvecchi
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21 April 2020
On 21 April 2020 Nature reported:
An unprecedented signal from unevenly sized objects gives astronomers rare insight into how black holes spin. Gravitational-wave astronomers have for the first time detected a collision between two black holes of substantially different masses -- opening up a new vista on astrophysics and on the physics of gravity.
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