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Gravitational waves have detected the collision of black holes. If we can measure how frequently this happens, we should be able to determine how often the stars that become these black holes form.
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By studying the precise movements of NASA’s MESSENGER spacecraft around Mercury we can constrain some of the fundamental parameters of general relativity.