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Two neutron stars collided and NASA scientists were able to see gravitational waves for the first time. [Read More]
The recent merger of two neutron stars produced both visible light and gravitational waves, and that lets us determine just how fast the universe is... [Read More]
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Scientists announced on Oct. 16 that for the first time, they had seen the collision of two neutron stars — a kilonova explosion. [Read More]
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The expertise and resources at Nebraska's Holland Computing Center helped researchers around the world study the collision of two neutron stars earlier this year. [Read More]
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More than 100 million years ago, in a galaxy called NGC 4993, two neutron stars collided and sent gravitational waves thrumming across the cosmos. [Read More]
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By Derek White The stars aligned for me Aug. 17 when gravitational wave observatories here on Earth detected the ripples in spacetime that traveled at the speed... [Read More]
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Around 130 million years ago, two neutron stars — those strange, compacted cores of dead stars — collided. Scientists recently detected the signals from that... [Read More]
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On Oct. 16, astronomers announced that they had viewed a cosmic event, the collision of two neutron stars, through both light and gravitational waves. Over... [Read More]
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One hundred thirty million years ago, two neutron stars collided, producing gamma rays, gravitational waves and a lingering "afterglow" of gases. This colli... [Read More]
The cataclysmic merger of two neutron stars and the detection of visible light as they struck last week prompted someone to ask me if there... [Read More]
For the first time, scientists have directly detected gravitational waves—ripples in space and time—in addition to light from the spectacular collision of two neutron stars. [Read More]
"The hypothesis is that the merger of these two neutron stars is going to generate a lot of radioactive material, elements that are high in... [Read More]
Last Monday, an international group of scientists announced they had detected a kilonova — the collision of two neutron stars that unleashed a set of... [Read More]
For the first time, NASA scientists have detected light tied to a gravitational-wave event. The gravitational wave – caused by an explosive merger of two... [Read More]
It happened 130 million years, but we had to wait till August 17 to find out. That's when scientists directly detected gravitational waves — ripples... [Read More]
Dr. Valerie Rapson discusses scientists' observation of the collision of two neutron stars with Neal Estano. [Read More]
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