The same black hole may collide with its relatives more than once, suggesting integrated integration

The same black hole may collide with its relatives more than once, suggesting integrated integration

For Black holeNew research suggests you don’t have to have a lifetime of experience for a collision.

On April 12, 2019, scientists detected a new blackhole merger using a trio of gravitational-wave detectors. Astrophysicists have identified similar phenomena before, but this time there was something different about the signals: the two black holes that collided Incredibly unequal matchingSmall is about three times the size. Scientists did not expect to see such an unbalanced fusion in the black hole and now they think they can understand the unusual phenomenon.

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