Right Place, Right Time for Gamma-rays

University of Alabama in Huntsville researchers recently took part in a gravitational-wave discovery that produced light detected by observatories in space and on Earth. The event began in the galaxy called NGC 4993, 130 million light-years away, where a pair of neutron stars attracted each other, then broke apart and caused an eruption called a…

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