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    1. In a highly anticipated first, scientists said they’ve detected the collision of two neutron stars and confirmed that these cataclysmic events are indeed a source of gold, platinum and other ...

    2. “Imagine that gravitational waves are like thunder,” astronomer Philip Cowperthwaite, of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, said in a statement. Unlike the 2016 detection ...

    3. Normal matter makes up just five percent of the universe, but we can only see about 2.5 percent of it.

    4. The researchers used a system of 10 radio telescopes in New Mexico called the Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA) to pinpoint the distance to the glowing, star-forming region.

    5. "Imagine that gravitational waves are like thunder," astronomer Philip Cowperthwaite, of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, said in a statement.

    6. A new era of astronomy has begun. For the first time ever, scientists have spotted both gravitational waves and light coming from the same cosmic event — in this case, the cataclysmic merger ...

    7. Scientists for the first time have detected both gravitational waves and light from the collision of two dead, incredibly dense neutron stars. Monday’s announcement by American and European ...

    8. China’s first space station, Tiangong-1, is doomed to plummet into Earth’s atmosphere within the coming months. This relatively small 10.3-meter-long (34-foot-long) space station was China’s ...

    9. (CNN) - For the first time, two neutron stars in a nearby galaxy have been observed engaging in a spiral death dance around one another until they collided. "We can now fill in a few more tiles ...

    10. "We started scanning the region of the sky where LIGO told us the gravitational waves came from, and it took us 45 minutes until we found it," says Edo Berger, an astronomer at the Harvard ...

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