1. Scientists hear the 'chirp' of baby black hole  Newshub
  2. Physicists Detect Gravitational Waves From Newborn Black Hole  Futurism
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Einstein was right - again.Einstein was right - again.

Scientists hear the 'chirp' of baby black hole | Newshub

For the first time, astronomers have recorded the gravitational waves given off by the formation of a new black hole. Happy birthday!For the first time, astronomers have recorded the gravitational waves given off by the formation of a new black hole. Happy birthday!

Physicists Detect Gravitational Waves From Newborn Black Hole

If confirmed, the detection could be the first of its kind and would open new vistas on Einstein’s general theory of relativity and the physics of extreme matterIf confirmed, the detection could be the first of its kind and would open new vistas on Einstein’s general theory of relativity and the physics of extreme matter

Astronomers Spy a Black Hole Devouring a Neutron Star - Scientific American

On August 14, gravitational wave detectors in the US and Italy sensed ripples in space-time. Data analysis suggests they came from a black hole engulfing a neutron star, 900 million light-years from Earth. If so ... it's a first-ever detection by earthly scientists.On August 14, gravitational wave detectors in the US and Italy sensed ripples in space-time. Data analysis suggests they came from a black hole engulfing a neutron star, 900 million light-years from Earth. If so ... it's a first-ever detection by earthly scientists.

Scientists detect a black hole swallowing a neutron star | Space | EarthSky