Gravitational Waves –“May Prove That Black Holes Existed Before Birth of Stars in the Early Universe”

    "We know very well that black holes can be formed by the collapse of large stars, or as we have seen recently, the merger of two neutron stars," said Savvas Koushiappas, an associate professor of physics at Brown University and coauthor of the study with Avi Loeb from Harvard University. "But it's been … Continue reading Gravitational Waves –“May Prove That Black Holes Existed Before Birth of Stars in the Early Universe”