Brian Cox on black holes

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Brian Cox on black holes


  Last updated October 25, 2019 at 3:29 pm


In the past few years, we’ve entered a new age of astronomy – now we can watch black holes collide, and see the aftermath of these collisions.

Astrophysics legend Brian Cox talks us through what happens during these cataclysmic collisions and what might just happen to the black holes when the Milky Way collides with Andromeda.

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