New research published November 13 in Nature Astronomy predicts that gravitational waves generated by the merger of two supermassive black holes will be detected within 10 years. The study is the first to use real data, rather than computer simulations, to predict when such an observation will be made.
The young beast’s head was resting on a paw in frozen ground for up to 50,000 years, shows amazing first picture.
They’ve created a thin, flexible, rubbery material that generates electricity when stretched and compressed, giving it applications ranging from pacemakers to clothing.
The spins of unpaired electrons are the root of permanent magnetism, and after 10 years of design and re-design, Berry’s lab has made a molecule that gains magnetic strength through an unusual way of controlling those spins. Levitation here we come. 🙂