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Can we see colliding black holes in pulsar data?
« on: 26/07/2011 16:32:40 »
Pulsar hunters search for tell tale repeated signals in masses of data - and sometimes they spot something unusual.  Evan Keane, from the Max Planck Institute in Bonn, Germany, explains how he's spotted a signal that may originate from colliding black holes, but unless we can get the astronomical community together, we may miss more of these events in future.
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