Einstein's Gravity Waves Could Be Found with New Method
Scientists might be able to detect gravitational waves, ripples in space and time, by using a new research method.
Evidence of Gravitational Waves Points towards the Existence of Multiple Universes
Researchers have speculated that gravitational waves point to the chance of the existance multipe universes. Gravitational waves have pervaded space with a special energy that applies a revolting force, triggering the universe to inflate faster than the speed of light for an enormously violent instant. The expanding procedure smoothed out the wrinkles and irregularities, cracking the paradox of why the skies look even from pole to pole. First revealed by physicist Alan Guth in 1979, the…
Two Black Holes are About to Smash Into Each Other
Three and a half billion light years away in the Virgo constellation, two supermassive black holes are on the verge of smacking into one another. In 100,000 years, their cosmic collision will send ripples across the fabric of spacetime.
Rumors Are Flying That We Finally Found Gravitational Waves
Excited rumors began circulating on Twitter this morning that a major experiment designed to hunt for gravitational waves—ripples in the fabric of spacetime first predicted by Albert Einstein—has observed them directly for the very first time. If confirmed, this would be one of the most significant physics discoveries of the last century.
LISA Pathfinder to pave way for gravitational wave detection
The successful launch of the LISA Pathfinder mission marks the first step toward testing techniques needed to build a space-based gravitational-wave detector.
Could we find gravitational waves this year?
Evidence of gravitational waves may be in our reach by the end of the year, says scientist. Also; Pluto's small moons tumble in constant chaos, and Hubble detects the first intergalactic supernovae.
New Documentary Follows the Hunt for Gravitational Waves
A newly released documentary brings you behind the scenes in the hunt for gravitational waves. The 20-minute film, called “LIGO, A Passion for Understanding,” follows the scientists working to create one of the most powerful scientific tools ever made: the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Obs