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Scientists catch another gravitational wave, and they know where it came from
by Eric Betz
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27 September 2017
On 27 September 2017 Discover reported:
Last year, physicists made history by observing the first-ever gravitational wave. Their discovery confirmed Albert Einstein's century-old theory of gravity and capped decades of effort to build an instrument sensitive enough to catch these ripples in spacetime.
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Since then, researchers working at the government-funded Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) -- twin detectors in Louisiana and Washington State -- have caught several more gravitational waves.
At a press conference Wednesday in Italy, the team announced a fourth detection from two colliding black holes, each dozens of times more massive than our sun.
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