The signal detected by Hanford LIGO of two black holes colliding has been converted to audio in two frequencies. The "whump" at the end is the final end spiral and merger 1.3 billion years ago of two black holes. Annette Cary Tri-City Herald
The signal detected by Hanford LIGO of two black holes colliding has been converted to audio in two frequencies. The "whump" at the end is the final end spiral and merger 1.3 billion years ago of two black holes. Annette Cary Tri-City Herald

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