Massive black hole collisions can 'chirp' twice, revealing their shape

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"We performed simulations of black-hole collisions using supercomputers and then compared the rapidly changing shape of the remnant black hole to the gravitational waves it emits." Christopher Evans, co-author and graduate student from the Georgia Institute of Technology, said.
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  • Created On: Oct 9, 2020 - 3:39pm
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