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When a large black hole merges with a small one, the limits of general relativity are tested
by Brian Koberlein
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21 April 2020
On 21 April 2020 Forbes reported:
With the LIGO and Virgo gravitational wave observatories, we've been detecting black hole mergers fairly regularly. Like the discovery of exoplanets, events are so common now that they are easy to overlook. But sometimes we do find something new and interesting, such as the latest merger known as GW190412. What makes this merger unusual is that the two black holes were of very different masses.
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