Space probes to the outer solar system take more than a decade to get there. But that doesn’t mean we have to sit and wait – we can use them to try and detect gravitational waves!
NANOGrav’s new 12.5 year dataset shows the first possible hints of a low-frequency gravitational wave background hum
It is common knowledge that nothing in the universe can escape a Black Hole. But are there places in the universe from which a Black Hole cannot escape?
Before Galileo saw it through a telescope, most people believed that the Moon was a perfect sphere. It is fascinating today that @LIGO-Virgo are able to (correctly) identify perfect spheres over a hundred times smaller than the Moon situated over 300 light years away.
Are stars at the center of our galaxy good at protecting their planets via social distancing? Find out..