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The universe teems with weird black holes, gravitational-wave hunters find – Science Magazine

First significant tallies find black holes more common and stranger than expected

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The orientation of merging black holes spins helps reveal how the pair of black holes formed, and physicists have now probed the spin distribution statistically.
LIGO/Caltech/MIT/Sonoma State (Aurore Simonnet)
By Adrian ChoOct. 28, 2020 , 8:00 PM
Less than 5 years ago, physicists rocked the scientific world when they first spotted gravitational wavesfleeting ripples in space and timeset off when two gargantuan black holes billions of light-years away swirled into each other. Since then, scientists…

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