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Watching the Universe Dance

Gravitational waves, Lucy hunts for asteroids, the origins of Oumuamua, and Boeing’s problems on the launchpad

Oumuamua, an artists impression. Credit: European Southern Observatory/M. Kornmesser

Gravitational waves are one of the stranger predictions of Einstein’s theory of gravity. They are, effectively, distortions in the very fabric of the universe, rippling out from some of the most intense events in the cosmos. Such…

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Alastair Williams

Alastair Williams

Exploring the relationship between humanity and science | Physicist | Satellite Operations Manager | https://www.thequantumcat.space/

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