Scientists Watch Collision That Created Gravitational Waves

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Scientists Watch Collision That Created Gravitational Waves


  Last updated November 9, 2017 at 3:19 pm


An international group of scientists, including Australians, have announced that not only have they detected gravitational waves but, for the first time, watched the event that led to their creation. This dual-detection has already provided a cascade of ground-breaking discoveries, as Luke Davies from ICRAR explains.

For more detail on this incredible discovery, read the article Gravitational Waves Discovery Reveals a Cosmic Collision of Epic Proportions

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