As Black Holes Collide, Scientists Detect Gravitational Waves Scientists have seen gravitational ripples from two black holes colliding. The discovery is the culmination of decades of work. Albert Einstein first predicted such ripples should exist a century ago.
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As Black Holes Collide, Scientists Detect Gravitational Waves

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As Black Holes Collide, Scientists Detect Gravitational Waves

As Black Holes Collide, Scientists Detect Gravitational Waves

As Black Holes Collide, Scientists Detect Gravitational Waves

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Scientists have seen gravitational ripples from two black holes colliding. The discovery is the culmination of decades of work. Albert Einstein first predicted such ripples should exist a century ago.