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Observing black hole symphony using gravitational wave astronomy

Observing black hole symphony using gravitational wave astronomy

National Science Foundation

Scientists work to capture 4-to-10-year snapshots of intermediate-mass black hole activity More at This is a Research News item.

11/23/2019

A Black Hole Threw a Star Out of the Milky Way Galaxy

Yahoo

There are fastballs, and then there are cosmic fastballs. Now it seems that the strongest arm in our galaxy might belong to a supermassive black

11/16/2019

This black hole nurtures baby stars instead of eating them

Mother Nature Network

There's a supermassive black hole behind the 'baby boom' in the Phoenix galaxy cluster.

11/21/2019
Furious Rate of Star Formation Driven by a Weakened Black Hole

Furious Rate of Star Formation Driven by a Weakened Black Hole

Sci Tech Daily

Astronomers have confirmed the first example of a galaxy cluster where large numbers of stars are being born at its core. Using data from NASA..

11/21/2019

Phoenix cluster is cooling faster than expected

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

From the very beginning, it was clear that the Phoenix cluster was different from other galaxy clusters. When assistant professor of physics

11/20/2019

Gravitational Wave Detector Breakthrough Dampens Quantum Noise for

Sci Tech Daily

Squeeze leads to stellar-mass black hole collision precision. Scientists at The Australian National University (ANU) have found a way to better

11/16/2019

Nearly extreme black holes which attempt to regrow hair become bald

ErukAlert

Black holes 'have no hair': no attributes that can be used to tell them apart. Extreme black holes (spinning at maximally allowed rate) can have

11/15/2019

A breakup of cosmic proportions: Supermassive black hole ejects

Australian Broadcast Company

A breakup of cosmic proportions occurred five million years ago when a binary star system got too close to the supermassive black hole at the

11/12/2019

The black hole at the heart of our galaxy booted a star clear across

Mother Nature Network

A binary star system that got too close to our resident supermassive black hole paid the ultimate price.

11/14/2019

New study suggests ‘Pac-Man-like’ mergers could explain massive

Science Blog

Scientists have reported detecting gravitational waves from 10 black hole mergers to date, but they are still trying to explain the origins of

11/11/2019


Observing black hole symphony using gravitational wave astronomy

Astronomy

Observing black hole symphony using gravitational wave astronomy

Furious Rate of Star Formation Driven by a Weakened Black Hole

Astronomy

Furious Rate of Star Formation Driven by a Weakened Black Hole

LIVE WEBINAR Learn How to Build a Business Case to Back the ROI on Your CSR

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LIVE WEBINAR Learn How to Build a Business Case to Back the ROI on Your CSR

New Results on Black Hole and Neutron Star X-Ray Binaries From Insight-HXMT

Astronomy

New Results on Black Hole and Neutron Star X-Ray Binaries From Insight-HXMT

Putting the “Bang” in the Big Bang – “Reheating” Universe’s First Fractions

Astronomy

Putting the “Bang” in the Big Bang – “Reheating” Universe’s First Fractions

Astronomers Unexpected Discovery Could Explain Supermassive Black Hole

Astronomy

Astronomers Unexpected Discovery Could Explain Supermassive Black Hole