A Journey into a Black Hole Collision

Black holes have been largely theoretical until the LIGO observations announced earlier this year. Thanks to those observations, we now have another way to study and observe these amazing celestial objects. Original Music by Mark C. Petersen, Loch

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Black holes have been largely theoretical until the LIGO observations announced earlier this year. Thanks to those observations, we now have another way to study and observe these amazing celestial objects.

Original Music by Mark C. Petersen, Loch Ness Productions
http://lochnessproductions.com

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