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Otago Daily Times
World-class attractionstop quality food. We used the free bus to take us across to the Historic secti
World-class attractions
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
top quality food. We used the free bus to take us across to the Historic section where we visited the Houston Historic Society headquarters and exhibition before walking through the nearby park of 4ha founded in 1954 where old houses dating... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Why aren't there more African-American boys in gifted classes?level. That put Darius on track to take harder classes that challenged him -- A
Why aren't there more African-American boys in gifted classes?
Dallas Morning News / Posted yesterday
level. That put Darius on track to take harder classes that challenged him -- Advanced Placement courses in statistics, physics, government and more. His hard work and the path his teachers and mother set him on led to him win the scholarship... Read more
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Business Insider
600 million years ago a massive earthquake almost ripped the country in half — and cities are spending millions because they're worried it's going to happen againand possibly as high as 7.7, and countless punishing aftershocks thereafter, ro
600 million years ago a massive earthquake almost ripped the country in half — and cities are spending millions because they're worried it's going to happen again
Business Insider / Posted 2 days ago
and possibly as high as 7.7, and countless punishing aftershocks thereafter, rocked the sparsely inhabited frontier of the American Midwest. The earth had slipped somewhere deep under the frontier settlement of New Madrid, Missouri, and the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists' breakthrough in modelling universewill be highlighted today as Editors' Suggestion by Physical Review Letters and
Scientists' breakthrough in modelling universe
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
will be highlighted today as Editors' Suggestion by Physical Review Letters and Physical Review D and in a Synopsis on the American Physical Society Physics website. Both groups of physicists were trying to answer the question of whether... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Flying highhumanities and sciences. (The slogan of Zeppelin University, founded in 2003 in
Flying high
Namibia Economist / Posted 5 days ago
humanities and sciences. (The slogan of Zeppelin University, founded in 2003 in Germany, reads: “The problems within our society are ill-disciplined, and so are we!”) There have been earlier attempts to disrupt higher education. Experimental... Read more
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PhysOrg
Genetic algorithms can improve quantum simulationshave used genetic algorithms to reduce quantum errors in digital quantum simula
Genetic algorithms can improve quantum simulations
PhysOrg / Posted 5 days ago
have used genetic algorithms to reduce quantum errors in digital quantum simulations. Credit: U. Las Heras et al. ©2016 American Physical Society (Phys.org)—Inspired by natural selection and the concept of "survival of the fittest," genetic... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Next-Gen Energy Professionals Receive TVA-Sponsored Scholarships At the American Association of Blacks in Energy scholarship ceremony are, fro
Next-Gen Energy Professionals Receive TVA-Sponsored Scholarships
The Chattanoogan / Posted 6 days ago
At the American Association of Blacks in Energy scholarship ceremony are, from left: Ketha Richardson, EPB; Melvin Hill Jr., AABE scholarship winner; Ashley Lipford, AABE scholarship... Read more
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Namibia Economist
A new crop of hands-on universities is transforming how students learnhumanities and sciences. (The slogan of Zeppelin University, founded in 2003 in
A new crop of hands-on universities is transforming how students learn
Namibia Economist / Posted 6 days ago
humanities and sciences. (The slogan of Zeppelin University, founded in 2003 in Germany, reads: “The problems within our society are ill-disciplined, and so are we!”) There have been earlier attempts to disrupt higher education. Experimental... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers reveal DNA unwrapping can happen asymmetrically to expose specific genesresearcher Weihua Zheng and University of Maryland theoretical chemist Garegin
Researchers reveal DNA unwrapping can happen asymmetrically to expose specific genes
News-Medical-Net / Posted 6 days ago
researcher Weihua Zheng and University of Maryland theoretical chemist Garegin Papoian appears in the Journal of the American Chemical Society. The research is part of a drive by Rice's Center for Theoretical Biological Physics (CTBP) to... Read more
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International Business Times
Ridiculed screwworm fly scientists posthumously honoured for work on insect control Two American researchers will posthumously receive an award and recognition fro
Ridiculed screwworm fly scientists posthumously honoured for work on insect control
International Business Times / Posted 6 days ago
Two American researchers will posthumously receive an award and recognition from the scientific community for their work on the reproduction of screwworm flies. Throughout their lifetime, Edward F. Knipling and Raymond C. Bushland were often mocked... Read more
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PhysOrg
Optical antenna scatters different colors of light in different directionsoptical antenna scatters light in different directions depending on the light's
Optical antenna scatters different colors of light in different directions
PhysOrg / Posted 6 days ago
optical antenna scatters light in different directions depending on the light's wavelength. Credit: Li et al. ©2016 American Chemical Society (Phys.org)—Researchers have fabricated a silicon optical antenna that is somewhat like an extremely... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'More Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Vital for Development'have to make sure that the remaining 10 per cent is very good in humanities and
'More Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Vital for Development'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
have to make sure that the remaining 10 per cent is very good in humanities and social sciences. This is what keeps your society together because they help in implementing everything that STEM scientists generate. One thing which is universal to... Read more
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PhysOrg
Core proteins exert control over DNA functionresearcher Weihua Zheng and University of Maryland theoretical chemist Garegin
Core proteins exert control over DNA function
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
researcher Weihua Zheng and University of Maryland theoretical chemist Garegin Papoian appears in the Journal of the American Chemical Society. The research is part of a drive by Rice's Center for Theoretical Biological Physics (CTBP) to... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Class of 2016's best and brightest graduates look forward to their futuresborn. Throughout her high school career, DePuyt participated in girls’ soccer,
Class of 2016's best and brightest graduates look forward to their futures
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 9 days ago
born. Throughout her high school career, DePuyt participated in girls’ soccer, softball, student council, National Honor Society (NHS) as president, and science league. Outside of school, she has volunteered at Chilton Medical Center and her... Read more
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Aljazeera
Bangladeshi blogger Avijit Roy's murder suspect killedDhaka, Bangladesh - The prime suspect in the 2015 murder of Bangladeshi-Americ
Bangladeshi blogger Avijit Roy's murder suspect killed
Aljazeera / Posted 9 days ago
Dhaka, Bangladesh - The prime suspect in the 2015 murder of Bangladeshi-American writer Avijit Roy has been killed in a reported "shootout" with authorities in Dhaka, just a day after the death of another man in police custody. Reports said Sharif,... Read more
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redOrbit
Gravitational waves detected for a second (and maybe third) timethe signal of a space-time distortion, according to new research presented Wedn
Gravitational waves detected for a second (and maybe third) time
redOrbit / Posted 11 days ago
the signal of a space-time distortion, according to new research presented Wednesday during the annual meeting of the American Astronomical Society. The discovery, which was also detailed in a paper published in the latest edition of the... Read more
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KQ2 St. Joseph
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 years
KQ2 St. Joseph / Posted 11 days ago
mean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society's meeting, where he -- along with his professor Yervant Terzian -- explores this topic. "Until... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 years
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 11 days ago
mean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society's meeting, where he -- along with his professor Yervant Terzian -- explores this topic. "Until... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 years
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 11 days ago
mean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society's meeting, where he -- along with his professor Yervant Terzian -- explores this topic. "Until... Read more
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News 8000
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 years
News 8000 / Posted 11 days ago
mean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society's meeting, where he -- along with his professor Yervant Terzian -- explores this topic. "Until... Read more
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WXII-TV Winston-Salem
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 years
WXII-TV Winston-Salem / Posted 11 days ago
mean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society's meeting, where he -- along with his professor Yervant Terzian -- explores this topic. "Until... Read more
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My EastText
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 years
My EastText / Posted 11 days ago
mean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society's meeting, where he -- along with his professor Yervant Terzian -- explores this topic. "Until... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Is there anybody out there? Alien contact is possible -- in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Is there anybody out there? Alien contact is possible -- in about 1,500 years
KECI Missoula / Posted 11 days ago
mean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society's meeting, where he -- along with his professor Yervant Terzian -- explores this topic. "Until... Read more
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KSBW Salinas
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 years
KSBW Salinas / Posted 11 days ago
mean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society's meeting, where he -- along with his professor Yervant Terzian -- explores this topic. "Until... Read more
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KCBA FOX 35 Salinas
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 years
KCBA FOX 35 Salinas / Posted 11 days ago
mean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society's meeting, where he -- along with his professor Yervant Terzian -- explores this topic. "Until... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 years
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 11 days ago
mean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society's meeting, where he -- along with his professor Yervant Terzian -- explores this topic. "Until... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 years
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted 11 days ago
mean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society's meeting, where he -- along with his professor Yervant Terzian -- explores this topic. "Until... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Is there anybody out there? Alien contact is possible -- in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Is there anybody out there? Alien contact is possible -- in about 1,500 years
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 11 days ago
mean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society's meeting, where he -- along with his professor Yervant Terzian -- explores this topic. "Until... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 years
KTVZ Bend / Posted 11 days ago
mean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society's meeting, where he -- along with his professor Yervant Terzian -- explores this topic. "Until... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 years
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 11 days ago
mean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society's meeting, where he -- along with his professor Yervant Terzian -- explores this topic. "Until... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Alien contact possible - in about 1,500 years
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 11 days ago
mean no one is out there," said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society's meeting, where he -- along with his professor Yervant Terzian -- explores this topic. "Until... Read more
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Daily Mail
The black hole jets that 'punch' out of their galaxiesto punch through the gas. 'We have shown that a jet can fall apart without any
The black hole jets that 'punch' out of their galaxies
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
to punch through the gas. 'We have shown that a jet can fall apart without any external perturbation, just because of the physics of the jet,' Dr Tchekhovskoy said. 'If I were to jump on top of a jet and fly with it, I would see the jet start to... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Radical differencesto arise from Orlando involves Islam itself. Everybody knows ISIS jihadists are
Radical differences
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
to arise from Orlando involves Islam itself. Everybody knows ISIS jihadists are a threat to be eradicated. But far too many Americans know next to nothing about the Islamic religion and civilization; or, even worse, what they might think they know... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
Is there anybody out there? Alien contact is possible — in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there,” said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Is there anybody out there? Alien contact is possible — in about 1,500 years
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 12 days ago
mean no one is out there,” said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society’s meeting, where he — along with his professor Yervant Terzian — explores this topic. “Until... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Is there anybody out there? Alien contact is possible — in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there,” said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Is there anybody out there? Alien contact is possible — in about 1,500 years
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 12 days ago
mean no one is out there,” said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society’s meeting, where he — along with his professor Yervant Terzian — explores this topic. “Until... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Is there anybody out there? Alien contact is possible — in about 1,500 yearsmean no one is out there,” said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. H
Is there anybody out there? Alien contact is possible — in about 1,500 years
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 12 days ago
mean no one is out there,” said Cornell University student Evan Solomonides. He was presenting a paper Tuesday at the American Astronomical Society’s meeting, where he — along with his professor Yervant Terzian — explores this topic. “Until... Read more
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The Atlantic
The War on Stupid Peoplesuggest that each IQ point is worth hundreds of dollars in annual income—surely
The War on Stupid People
The Atlantic / Posted 12 days ago
suggest that each IQ point is worth hundreds of dollars in annual income—surely a painful formula for the 80 million Americans with an IQ of 90 or below. When the less smart are identified by lack of educational achievement (which in... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Chester Martin Remembers UFOsinvolved at our local observatory, I remember no great excitement that it cause
Chester Martin Remembers UFOs
The Chattanoogan / Posted 12 days ago
involved at our local observatory, I remember no great excitement that it caused among the educated Barnard Astronomical Society people. Certainly, Dr. Karel Hujer, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Chattanooga, paid little... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Einstein proved right again: Gravitational waves detected in space for 2nd timeor LIGO. The first detection of the waves -- in September -- was announced in
Einstein proved right again: Gravitational waves detected in space for 2nd time
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 13 days ago
or LIGO. The first detection of the waves -- in September -- was announced in February, in a landmark discovery for physics and astronomy after decades of efforts. On Wednesday, researchers announced they had found the waves a second time... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
Gravitational waves detected for second timeblack hole 21 times the mass of the sun. The first detection of gravitational
Gravitational waves detected for second time
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 13 days ago
black hole 21 times the mass of the sun. The first detection of gravitational waves, announced Feb. 11, was a milestone in physics and astronomy. The latest discovery, which scientists announced Wednesday, provides further confirmation of... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Gravitational waves detected for second timeour galaxy and an entirely new channel for discoveries about the universe,” sai
Gravitational waves detected for second time
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 13 days ago
our galaxy and an entirely new channel for discoveries about the universe,” said Chad Hanna, an assistant professor of physics and astronomy and astrophysics at Penn State University. The first detection of gravitational waves, announced on... Read more
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USA Today
Gravitational waves detected for second timeblack hole 21 times the mass of the sun. The first detection of gravitational
Gravitational waves detected for second time
USA Today / Posted 13 days ago
black hole 21 times the mass of the sun. The first detection of gravitational waves, announced Feb. 11, was a milestone in physics and astronomy. The latest discovery, which scientists announced Wednesday, provides further confirmation of... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Gravitational waves detected for second timeblack hole 21 times the mass of the sun. The first detection of gravitational
Gravitational waves detected for second time
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 13 days ago
black hole 21 times the mass of the sun. The first detection of gravitational waves, announced Feb. 11, was a milestone in physics and astronomy. The latest discovery, which scientists announced Wednesday, provides further confirmation of... Read more
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PhysOrg
'Mosh pits' in star clusters a likely source of LIGO's first black holesand senior author of the study. "A relatively simple and well understood proces
'Mosh pits' in star clusters a likely source of LIGO's first black holes
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
and senior author of the study. "A relatively simple and well understood process seems to work. Simple freshman physics—Newton's first law of motion—explains the gravitational dynamics of the first black holes detected by LIGO." Rasio... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Gravitational waves detected for second timeour galaxy and an entirely new channel for discoveries about the universe,” sai
Gravitational waves detected for second time
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 13 days ago
our galaxy and an entirely new channel for discoveries about the universe,” said Chad Hanna, an assistant professor of physics and astronomy and astrophysics at Penn State University. The first detection of gravitational waves, announced on... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Gravitational waves detected for second timeour galaxy and an entirely new channel for discoveries about the universe,” sai
Gravitational waves detected for second time
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 13 days ago
our galaxy and an entirely new channel for discoveries about the universe,” said Chad Hanna, an assistant professor of physics and astronomy and astrophysics at Penn State University. The first detection of gravitational waves, announced on... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
Gravitational waves detected for second timeour galaxy and an entirely new channel for discoveries about the universe,” sai
Gravitational waves detected for second time
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 13 days ago
our galaxy and an entirely new channel for discoveries about the universe,” said Chad Hanna, an assistant professor of physics and astronomy and astrophysics at Penn State University. The first detection of gravitational waves, announced on... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Gravitational waves detected for second timeblack hole 21 times the mass of the sun. The first detection of gravitational
Gravitational waves detected for second time
Detroit Free Press / Posted 13 days ago
black hole 21 times the mass of the sun. The first detection of gravitational waves, announced Feb. 11, was a milestone in physics and astronomy. The latest discovery, which scientists announced Wednesday, provides further confirmation of... Read more
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Daily Journal
Gravitational waves detected for second timeblack hole 21 times the mass of the sun. The first detection of gravitational
Gravitational waves detected for second time
Daily Journal / Posted 13 days ago
black hole 21 times the mass of the sun. The first detection of gravitational waves, announced Feb. 11, was a milestone in physics and astronomy. The latest discovery, which scientists announced Wednesday, provides further confirmation of... Read more
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