Gravitational Waves News Page

Gravitational Waves News Page – All the News, Articles & Research Papers about Gravitational waves are here!

As you know, as per Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity the Gravity is a bend in fabric of Space-Time due to mass. When two giant bodies like Black holes & Neutron Starts orbit closely each other and merge violently, they generate disturbance in fabric of space-Time. We call this disturbance Gravitational Waves, these waves propagate outward from source at the speed of light. Gravitational waves are current hot topic of Science and Astronomy.

Welcome to our Gravitational Waves News page, here you will get latest information and discoveries about Gravitational Waves; our effort is to provide all the relevant information and discoveries about Gravitational Waves in one single page; so that, our readers can get quickly what they want. It is possible that due to hectic busy life, you might miss an important news story about Gravitational Waves or a latest research paper focused on Gravitational Waves, so we are trying to put the short summary and direct link to the articles on this page for your convenience and easy access. We are also going to include major findings and Research done in recent years about Gravitational Wave and it’s Various properties, this Page would also serve as Archive page for all the News, Articles & research paper about Gravitational Wave sin recent years. 

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Gravitational waves may be forged in the center of galaxy

A new study has shown that the orbits of binaries can be changed by the black hole that lies in the center of most galaxies. Read full report here


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Gravitational Waves can give us information about Black Holes

Can we use Gravitational Waves experiments to test the existence of primordial black holes, the first black holes formed just after the big bang, a new study suggest we can..


5 biggest discoveries from Gravitational Waves

So what the hunt of Gravitational Waves has given us so far..here are five discoveries we have made.


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How fast our universe is expanding? Gravitational Waves might have answer

Scientists say that tiny ripples coming from merging Black holes and Neutron Stars could tell us exact rate of expansion of the universe.


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Gravitational Waves generated by merging Neutron starts detected by LIGO & Virgo

First time scientists have directly detected gravitational waves produced by merging neutron starts, plus they also detect light from this cosmic collision. This is the first time when a cosmic event has been observed in gravitational waves and light.


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Gravitational Waves can tell us a lot about Supernova 

A team of Astronomers from Glasgow and Arizona think that why we should limit ourselves to detecting gravitational waves coming from the merger of black holes or Neutron starts, instead we can also detect the gravitational waves produced by a supernova; this could give us hell of information from inside the dying star.


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Gravitational Waves signaled Birth of a Black Hole

The violent merger of two neutron starts that produced giant gravitational waves did produced one more strange thing in cosmos; a tiny black hole. This is the lowest mass black hole ever found in cosmos.


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Gravitational waves could tell us about hidden dimensions in the universe.

We live in three dimensions, but there are many hints that suggests that there are more hidden dimensions around us, Gravitational waves are bent in space-time fabric, hidden dimensions might leave their signatures by modifying the G Waves. if we detect such signatures,

HIDDEN dimensions could cause ripples through reality by modifying gravitational waves – and spotting such signatures of extra dimensions could help solve some of the biggest mysteries of the universe.


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G waves from Merging Supermassive Black holes will be detected within 10 years 

A new research has predicted that G waves produced by two merging Supermassive black holes will be detected within 10 years. This study used the real data instead of simulations. I Wonder how they will solve Final parsec problem . Read here


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A G Wave Detector in Space by ESA IN 2034

ESA Will set up a Gravitational wave detector in the orbit of Earth in 2034. The LISA will be a large scale mission to detect G waves. This would help us observe universe directly with gravitational waves, we would be able to enhance our understanding about formation of galaxies, stellar evolution, the early universe and the structure of Space-Time.  see complete details here


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Artificial Intelligence could help us detecting G waves

Three students from the University of Glasgow have developed an artificial intelligence system which could help us detecting gravitational waves easily.

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Gravitational waves may oscillate

physicists have shown that gravitational waves may oscillate between two different forms called “g” and “f”-type gravitational waves. The physicists explain that this phenomenon is analogous to the way that neutrinos oscillate between three distinct flavors—electron, muon, and tau. Read full article here

 


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Giant atoms can help detecting Gravitational waves

Scientists have calculated that a group of “highly excited” atoms  in which the electrons have been pushed out far  from the atom’s nucleus, – will emit a bright pulse of light when hit by a gravitational wave; this could help detecting high frequency Gravitational waves… Read full research here..


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Gravitational waves can be used to measure the age of the Universe

Scientists try to measure the expansion rate of the Universe and it’s age by the use of G waves.