ESA’s LISA Pathfinder Lays Groundwork for Gravitational Wave Observatory in Space
The European Space Agency’s (ESA) LISA Pathfinder spacecraft, launched last December, recently started its science mission after completing an intensive three month testing period. The LISA – which stands for Laser Interferometer Space Antenna – Pathfinder’s job is to test and establish crucial technologies and techniques that would make it possible for future mission such […]
100 Years Later Einstein is Proven Right!
Some 1.3 billion years ago a pair of black holes that had been orbiting each other finally smashed into each other with such force that it produced gravitational waves that rang through the universe like a giant bell. Today at a Washington DC news conference, some 100 years after Albert Einstein predicted their existence in […]