Scientists will try to study the interior of the black hole using a new model based on gravitational waves, which were first recorded thanks to the LIGO system in 2015. The existence of such waves was predicted by Albert Einstein more than 100 years ago.
A new scientific endeavor aims to explain what may be the most extreme and turbulent phenomenon in the universe: black holes colliding and merging.
Recording gravitational waves
In 2015, to detect gravitational waves for the first time, researchers used powerful and accurate equipment consisting of a team of detectors developed by researchers from MIT, Caltech, and other universities.
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Thanks to him, it was possible to see the changes in space-time that occur when black holes collide, triggering the disturbances that occur throughout the universe.
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Since then, scientists have recorded about a hundred similar phenomena. Researchers compare merging black holes to the shaking of the box, and gravitational waves to the sound that comes out of it.
This discovery allows a closer look at the phenomena that occur in space. Scientists will now try to map the structures of what happens inside black holes and counter them with Einstein’s theory of relativity.
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“This is a huge step in preparing us for the next phase of gravitational wave detection, which will deepen our understanding of gravity and these amazing phenomena in the far reaches of space,” said Macarena Lagos, co-author of the new paper, citing Macarena Lagos, a co-author on the new paper. By Independent.co.uk.
A study describing the model of “nonlinearity in black hole loops” has been published in the journal Physical Review Letters.
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