Groundbreaking gravitational wave from the last five years shows 50 unique blackhole events. At least that is what the researchers compiled data say as it made available for study. The data that was gathered from two separate arrays has yielded some surprising results. Specifically, the LIGO and VIRGO gravitational detectors recorded data from 50 stellar events. Scientists analyze the data suggest that the majority of these events were blackhole related. Amongst various theories this data can support or disprove is a startling conclusion. That is, there are more black holes in the galaxy than originally thought. Which may see some interesting things about the stars.
this research data was only able to be gathered became homeschooled to detect gravitational waves. A gravitational wave is a slight distortion of time and space detectable with unique devices. Of course, these distortions with proper strong gravitational sources are stronger near black holes. Which should put into perspective just how terrifying strong a black hole is. Black holes themselves are formed when supergiant stars go supernova. Specifically, stars with a mass 15 times or more greater than the sun.
The data also yielded surprising results in the size of many of the blackholes detected. Specifically, they fell outside the expected size parameter. Additionally, some experts’ initial observations about the data suggest that some of the black hole events were collisions. That is, when two black holes collided or a celestial body of nearly the same strength. if this is the case then it can be used to understand what happens when to draw near each other.
The gravitational waves detected by the arrays also used it would appear to be collisions of two massive stars. Specifically, the scientists who recorded the date believe one of the events recorded was a neutron star college. Neutron stars are some of the densest and gravitationally strong stars. all this data will help humanity to better understand the universe around us.