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Gravitational Waves Found: Kip Thorne Explains
The Sciences

Gravitational Waves Found: Kip Thorne Explains

Scientific American's Josh Fischman talks with renowned astrophysicist and general relativity expert Kip Thorne about the discovery of gravitational waves by the LIGO Project, co-founded by Thorne.   
 

3 hours ago — Josh Fischman and Steve Mirsky

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Watch How Gravitational Waves Dance across the Universe

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