The neutron star explosion confirmed the equivalence principle: gravitational waves and light travelled 130 million years and arrived at virtually the same
New detection of colliding black holes points to “incredibly bright” future for gravitational wave science.
The Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatoryâs third detection further compounds the mystery of why black holes collide.
The first direct detection of gravitational waves will open a new window on black holes and introduce a new era in astronomy.
Three supermassive black holes residing where two distant galaxies collide offer new clues about where to look for gravitational waves.