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Monash Astronomy

Earlier this year, the first ever detection of Gravitational Waves was announced. Melbourne had a part to play in this discovery with our astrophysicists from… 294 more words

Astronomy And Light

Jason Lisle on Gravity Waves

My previous article was “Around the Solar System with Jason Lisle”, and in it I provided a brief recap of our solar system from a creationist perspective. 519 more words


Inspiral into Gargantua; where science meets science-fiction

Niels Warburton from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology shares an insight into his latest work with Sam Gralla and Scott Hughes published in Classical and Quantum Gravity. 1,375 more words


Crashing Neutron Stars on the Italian Dolomites

Bruno Giacomazzo, Andrea Endrizzi, Riccardo Ciolfi, Wolfgang Kastaun share details of their latest research published in the CQG focus issue: Rattle and shine: the signals from compact binary mergers. 647 more words


Gravitational waves: A monumnetal discovery, but questions on black holes remain

The maiden direct detection of gravitational waves (GW160914), announced on February 11, the culmination of intense worldwide scientific efforts spanning almost four decades, is one of the greatest scientific discoveries of all times. 1,011 more words


Blacktip Island Physicists Discover Blacktip Boson

Particle physicists Ginny Wrasse, left, and Leah Shore inspect the sensor housing at the Blacktip Island Gravitational Laser Interferometer Detection array outside the CrabbiLab laboratory Thursday. 489 more words

LIGO discussed on NPR

The Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) was a topic of NPR’s Morning Edition, August 17, 2016.

Read a full transcript or listen to the broadcast… 8 more words

03. Light And Telescopes: Extending Our Senses