DTU researchers involved in historic discovery in outer space

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    he INTEGRAL space craft has measured signals originating from a collision of two neutron stars. For the first time ever, gravitational waves and gamma rays have been recorded from the same event. With the discovery of this phenomenon, which Einstein predicted, and for which the Nobel prize was recently awarded, the DTU researchers have secured their place in history.

     

    http://www.dtu.dk/english/news/2017/10/dtu-researchers-involved-in-historic-discovery-in-outer-space?id=f076ce5a-9134-4c2c-9da4-71103f6e6a92

    Subject

    Gravitational waves

    Period18 Oct 2017

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    • TitleDTU researchers involved in historic discovery in outer space
      Degree of recognitionInternational
      Media name/outletDTU News
      Media typeWeb
      Country/TerritoryDenmark
      Date18/10/2017
      DescriptionThe INTEGRAL space craft has measured signals originating from a collision of two neutron stars. For the first time ever, gravitational waves and gamma rays have been recorded from the same event. With the discovery of this phenomenon, which Einstein predicted, and for which the Nobel prize was recently awarded, the DTU researchers have secured their place in history.
      Producer/AuthorMorten Garly Andersen
      URLwww.dtu.dk/english/news/2017/10/dtu-researchers-involved-in-historic-discovery-in-outer-space?id=f076ce5a-9134-4c2c-9da4-71103f6e6a92
      PersonsSøren Brandt

    Keywords

    • Gravitational waves