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LIGO and Virgo capture their most massive black holes yet
by Adam Mann
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2 September 2020
On 2 September 2020 Scientific American reported:
An unexpected finding gives astronomers their first good look at previously missing 'intermediate'-size black holes. Details from LIGO-Virgo's instruments indicated they had captured the signal of two behemoth black holes spinning around each other and merging into a single entity some 17 billion light-years away. ... LIGO and Virgo, which use ultrasensitive quantum-mechanical sensors to identify ripples in the fabric of spacetime generated by cosmic cataclysms, have never before found black holes in what is known as the 'intermediate' range between 100 and 1,000 solar masses. Astronomers have not previously seen an unambiguous example of such black holes -- and are not even sure how they might be created.
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