Scientists just found the biggest neutron star (or smallest black hole) yet in a strange cosmic collision | Space

Astrophysicists have spotted the strangest gravitational-wave signal yet, an observation that could force scientists to rewrite what they know about the cosmos.

Gravitational waves form when massive objects distort spacetime surrounding them and send ripples out across the universe. Scientists caught the first-ever detection of such waves, formed by two colliding black holes, in 2015… More about this article in link below…

https://www.space.com/smallest-black-hole-biggest-neutron-stary-mystery-object.html

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