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  1. Astronomy

    A newfound gravitational wave ‘hum’ may be from the universe’s biggest black holes

    Scientists reported evidence for a new class of gravitational waves, likely created by merging supermassive black holes.

  2. Space

    Colliding black holes may have created a surprising flare of light

    A flare-up after a gravitational wave outburst may be the first sighting of light from colliding black holes.

  3. Space

    LIGO and Virgo probably spotted the first black hole swallowing up a neutron star

    In a first, astronomers may just have detected gravitational waves from a black hole merging with a neutron star.

  4. Physics

    Scientists’ collection of gravitational waves just got a lot bigger

    The biggest black hole merger yet seen created one set of the spacetime ripples.

  5. Physics

    Gravity doesn’t leak into large, hidden dimensions

    Gravitational waves from a recently observed neutron star merger offer no evidence of large, unknown dimensions.

  6. Astronomy

    We share the Milky Way with 100 million black holes

    New census calculates black hole populations in galaxies big and small.

  7. Astronomy

    This year’s neutron star collision unlocks cosmic mysteries

    A rare and long-awaited astronomical event united thousands of astronomers in a frenzy of observations.

  8. Astronomy

    Neutron star collision showers the universe with a wealth of discoveries

    A collision of neutron stars was spotted with gravitational waves for the first time. Telescopes captured gamma rays, visible light and more from the smashup.

  9. Physics

    Year in review: Gravitational waves offer new cosmic views

    The first direct detection of gravitational waves will open a new window on black holes and introduce a new era in astronomy.