From Quarks to Quasars

The universe still has many more surprises in store for us. One example of such would be gravitational waves — immense warps in the fabric of space time - generated from vast gravitational distortions. The problem? We haven’t detected them yet, but that may soon change. Read More here. Image Credit: NASA

The universe still has many more surprises in store for us. One example of such would be gravitational waves — immense warps in the fabric of space time - generated from vast gravitational distortions. The problem? We haven’t detected them yet, but that may soon change.

Read More here.

Image Credit: NASA

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