Today’s #UndergradResearch post features Shashwat Singh’s work using deep learning as an asset for gravitational wave astronomy!
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!
Earth based gravitational wave detectors combine their data to search for a discordant hum from distant gravitational wave sources.
Today’s paper describes how we may have seen light from two black holes colliding with each other.
NANOGrav’s new 12.5 year dataset shows the first possible hints of a low-frequency gravitational wave background hum
We report on Day 2 of the virtual winter AAS meeting.