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Gravitational Wave Detectors Might be Able to Detect Dark Matter Particles Colliding With Their Mirrors

9 Sep 2019, 19:11 UTC
Gravitational Wave Detectors Might be Able to Detect Dark Matter Particles Colliding With Their Mirrors via Universe Today

The field of astronomy has been revolutionized thanks to the first-ever detection of gravitational waves (GWs). Since the initial detection was made in February of 2016 by scientists at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO), multiple events have been detected. These have provided insight into a phenomenon that was predicted over a century ago by Albert Einstein.

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