One of the most unhappy events in the universe did not repeat it without a hail.
An Australian scientists have discovered a new black hole that is 80 times larger than the Sun, and wrinkle has been known in time and space, known as research expenses, from the largest impact of black holes.
The impact of the collapse of the 9 billion years ago was made only last year. This year it was not able to find it.
The latest loser and luminous appraisal of the latest laser interface gravitational wave observation (LIGO) announced on Tuesday.
The gravitational waves of the Earth were discovered on July 29, 2017. Subsequently, in August 2017, three small black holes were added to the advanced LIO's data retrieval.
A total black hole detector is 10 in association with the nuclear galaxy in the last three years.
Australian team professor Susan Scott said that he is taking over his life expectancy to find serious waves and technicians.
This event had the fastest black holes in all the merging of the merchandise which was the longest part of the universe seen.
"These programs can not be seen through gravity, because they do not produce light or radio waves because they are black holes," AAP said.
The binary systems that refer to each other's two black holes are eventually bound and radiate powerful gravitational waves. It is the Australian Research Council Center for Excellence, a graduate wave discovery officer (Osgrove), prof. .
Scientists help determine how many binary black hole bodies exist in the universe and how large a binary black hole is in the range.
The research team plans to use LIGO technology. This will help you find tragedies in space.
The next observation will begin at the beginning of next year, which will enable the gravitationally-charged detector to be more sensitive.
Professor Scott of the Australian Institute of Physics at Perth, end of last month, will be published in a post titled Physical Review X.
"This must be the biggest announcement for the entire Congress … This is the highest of my career," she said.
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