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On Tuesday, scientists won the Nobel Prize in Physics for discovering weak ripples in the universe.
The gravitational waves predicted by Einstein a century ago provide a new understanding of the universe.
MIT's Rainer Weiss and California Institute of Technology's Barry Barish and Kip Thorne won the 2017 prize for combining highly advanced theory and clever device design, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced.
Scientists are the key to observing gravitational waves for the first time in September 2015.
A few months later, when the discovery was announced, it caused a sensation not only among scientists, but also among the public.
"This is a victory for the whole of humanity.
"These gravitational waves will be a powerful way for humans to explore the universe," said Thorne . " Thorne spoke to The Associated Press from California over the phone.
"I think it's more of a thing that recognizes the work of thousands of people," Wes told reporters at the announcement press conference . ".
Barrish told The Associated Press that the award was "Einstein's victory and a very big one ". The German-
Wes, who was born, got half a dollar. 1-
Millions of bonuses, the other half will be split between Thorne and Paris.
Gravitational waves are extremely weak ripples in space-time structures generated by some of the most dramatic events in the universe.
The waves detected by the winners came from collisions of about 1 black hole. 3 billion light-years away. A light-About 5 years.
88 trillion miles.
Ariel Goobar of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said that the work of the winners means that "we can look at the completely impossible processes that we have not been able to reach in the past.
"The best contrast is that Galileo discovered the telescope and let us see that Jupiter has a satellite.
All of a sudden, we find that the universe is much bigger than we thought in the past . "
With these three developed technologies, "we may even see completely new objects that we haven't even imagined," said Patrick Sutton, an astronomers at Cardiff University in Wales . ".
A century ago, as part of general relativity, Einstein predicted the waves.
The general theory of relativity says that gravity is caused by the curved space of a heavy object.
Time itself is four-
Astronomers see the way the universe is dimensional.
Wes of the 1970 s designed a laser
A device that can detect gravitational waves.
He, Sorne and Barrish "made sure that the 40-year effort eventually led to the observation of gravitational waves," the Nobel Prize announced.
The laser equipment known as the interferometer must be accurate and extremely stable.
"The beam must hit the mirror precisely.
According to Nobel background papers, they should not shake at all, even when the leaves fall from a nearby tree . ".
The first detection of gravitational waves involves two devices about 3,000 kilometers apart --
At Hanford, wosh.
And Livingston in Los Angeles.
The waves first pass through the Livingston facility and arrive at Hanford after 7 ms, consistent with the speed of light.
About 1,000 other scientists in more than 20 countries, including Harald Pfeiffer, professor of astrophysics at the University of Toronto, and several of his students, worked on the project.
In a statement on Tuesday, Einstein was convinced that gravitational waves could never be measured.
The winners used a laser device to "measure thousands of times smaller changes than the nucleus.
"In the moment of poetry, the aim is to make distant and small phenomena
Experts say that when the quality is accelerated, it is like when it is frozen, it will produce gravitational waves.
Roller skaters or a pair of black holes rotate each other.
Professor Alberto Vicio of the Institute of Gravitational Wave Astronomy at the University of Birmingham said the discovery will produce results in the coming decades.
"They have attracted me and hundreds of my colleagues through this intellectual reward and the recent adrenaline --
"This is a crowded journey we can't imagine," he said . ".
"The best part is that this is just the beginning of a new roller --
Roller coaster exploration of the universe.
"In the past 25 years, the Nobel Prize in Physics has been won by many winners.
The award was awarded to three British people last year.
Applied the mathematical discipline of topology to help researchers born to understand the working principles of exotic substances (such as super conductors and superfluids.
On Monday, the 2017 Nobel Prize kicked off, and three Americans studying circadian rhythms won the medicine prize --
The biological clock that everyone knows: Jeffrey C.
Michael rothbashi and Michael W. Young.
The chemistry prize will be announced on Wednesday, the Nobel Prize for Literature will be announced on Thursday, and the peace prize will be announced on Friday.
Technically, the economics prize is not a Nobel Prize, it will be awarded on Monday.
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On Tuesday, scientists won the Nobel Prize in Physics for discovering weak ripples in the universe.
The gravitational waves predicted by Einstein a century ago provide a new understanding of the universe.
MIT's Rainer Weiss and California Institute of Technology's Barry Barish and Kip Thorne won the 2017 prize for combining highly advanced theory and clever device design, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced.
Scientists are the key to observing gravitational waves for the first time in September 2015.
A few months later, when the discovery was announced, it caused a sensation not only among scientists, but also among the public.
"This is a victory for the whole of humanity.
"These gravitational waves will be a powerful way for humans to explore the universe," said Thorne . " Thorne spoke to The Associated Press from California over the phone.
"I think it's more of a thing that recognizes the work of thousands of people," Wes told reporters at the announcement press conference . ".
Barrish told The Associated Press that the award was "Einstein's victory and a very big one ". The German-
Wes, who was born, got half a dollar. 1-
Millions of bonuses, the other half will be split between Thorne and Paris.
Gravitational waves are extremely weak ripples in space-time structures generated by some of the most dramatic events in the universe.
The waves detected by the winners came from collisions of about 1 black hole. 3 billion light-years away. A light-About 5 years.
88 trillion miles.
Ariel Goobar of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said that the work of the winners means that "we can look at the completely impossible processes that we have not been able to reach in the past.
"The best contrast is that Galileo discovered the telescope and let us see that Jupiter has a satellite.
All of a sudden, we find that the universe is much bigger than we thought in the past . "
With these three developed technologies, "we may even see completely new objects that we haven't even imagined," said Patrick Sutton, an astronomers at Cardiff University in Wales . ".
A century ago, as part of general relativity, Einstein predicted the waves.
The general theory of relativity says that gravity is caused by the curved space of a heavy object.
Time itself is four-
Astronomers see the way the universe is dimensional.
Wes of the 1970 s designed a laser
A device that can detect gravitational waves.
He, Sorne and Barrish "made sure that the 40-year effort eventually led to the observation of gravitational waves," the Nobel Prize announced.
The laser equipment known as the interferometer must be accurate and extremely stable.
"The beam must hit the mirror precisely.
According to Nobel background papers, they should not shake at all, even when the leaves fall from a nearby tree . ".
The first detection of gravitational waves involves two devices about 3,000 kilometers apart --
At Hanford, wosh.
And Livingston in Los Angeles.
The waves first pass through the Livingston facility and arrive at Hanford after 7 ms, consistent with the speed of light.
About 1,000 other scientists in more than 20 countries, including Harald Pfeiffer, professor of astrophysics at the University of Toronto, and several of his students, worked on the project.
In a statement on Tuesday, Einstein was convinced that gravitational waves could never be measured.
The winners used a laser device to "measure thousands of times smaller changes than the nucleus.
"In the moment of poetry, the aim is to make distant and small phenomena
Experts say that when the quality is accelerated, it is like when it is frozen, it will produce gravitational waves.
Roller skaters or a pair of black holes rotate each other.
Professor Alberto Vicio of the Institute of Gravitational Wave Astronomy at the University of Birmingham said the discovery will produce results in the coming decades.
"They have attracted me and hundreds of my colleagues through this intellectual reward and the recent adrenaline --
"This is a crowded journey we can't imagine," he said . ".
"The best part is that this is just the beginning of a new roller --
Roller coaster exploration of the universe.
"In the past 25 years, the Nobel Prize in Physics has been won by many winners.
The award was awarded to three British people last year.
Applied the mathematical discipline of topology to help researchers born to understand the working principles of exotic substances (such as super conductors and superfluids.
On Monday, the 2017 Nobel Prize kicked off, and three Americans studying circadian rhythms won the medicine prize --
The biological clock that everyone knows: Jeffrey C.
Michael rothbashi and Michael W. Young.
The chemistry prize will be announced on Wednesday, the Nobel Prize for Literature will be announced on Thursday, and the peace prize will be announced on Friday.
Technically, the economics prize is not a Nobel Prize, it will be awarded on Monday.
Related news:Three U. S. -
On Tuesday, scientists won the Nobel Prize in Physics for discovering weak ripples in the universe.
The gravitational waves predicted by Einstein a century ago provide a new understanding of the universe.
MIT's Rainer Weiss and California Institute of Technology's Barry Barish and Kip Thorne won the 2017 prize for combining highly advanced theory and clever device design, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced.
Scientists are the key to observing gravitational waves for the first time in September 2015.
A few months later, when the discovery was announced, it caused a sensation not only among scientists, but also among the public.
"This is a victory for the whole of humanity.
"These gravitational waves will be a powerful way for humans to explore the universe," said Thorne . " Thorne spoke to The Associated Press from California over the phone.
"I think it's more of a thing that recognizes the work of thousands of people," Wes told reporters at the announcement press conference . ".
Barrish told The Associated Press that the award was "Einstein's victory and a very big one ". The German-
Wes, who was born, got half a dollar. 1-
Millions of bonuses, the other half will be split between Thorne and Paris.
Gravitational waves are extremely weak ripples in space-time structures generated by some of the most dramatic events in the universe.
The waves detected by the winners came from collisions of about 1 black hole. 3 billion light-years away. A light-About 5 years.
88 trillion miles.
Ariel Goobar of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said that the work of the winners means that "we can look at the completely impossible processes that we have not been able to reach in the past.
"The best contrast is that Galileo discovered the telescope and let us see that Jupiter has a satellite.
All of a sudden, we find that the universe is much bigger than we thought in the past . "
With these three developed technologies, "we may even see completely new objects that we haven't even imagined," said Patrick Sutton, an astronomers at Cardiff University in Wales . ".
A century ago, as part of general relativity, Einstein predicted the waves.
The general theory of relativity says that gravity is caused by the curved space of a heavy object.
Time itself is four-
Astronomers see the way the universe is dimensional.
Wes of the 1970 s designed a laser
A device that can detect gravitational waves.
He, Sorne and Barrish "made sure that the 40-year effort eventually led to the observation of gravitational waves," the Nobel Prize announced.
The laser equipment known as the interferometer must be accurate and extremely stable.
"The beam must hit the mirror precisely.
According to Nobel background papers, they should not shake at all, even when the leaves fall from a nearby tree . ".
The first detection of gravitational waves involves two devices about 3,000 kilometers apart --
At Hanford, wosh.
And Livingston in Los Angeles.
The waves first pass through the Livingston facility and arrive at Hanford after 7 ms, consistent with the speed of light.
About 1,000 other scientists in more than 20 countries, including Harald Pfeiffer, professor of astrophysics at the University of Toronto, and several of his students, worked on the project.
In a statement on Tuesday, Einstein was convinced that gravitational waves could never be measured.
The winners used a laser device to "measure thousands of times smaller changes than the nucleus.
"In the moment of poetry, the aim is to make distant and small phenomena
Experts say that when the quality is accelerated, it is like when it is frozen, it will produce gravitational waves.
Roller skaters or a pair of black holes rotate each other.
Professor Alberto Vicio of the Institute of Gravitational Wave Astronomy at the University of Birmingham said the discovery will produce results in the coming decades.
"They have attracted me and hundreds of my colleagues through this intellectual reward and the recent adrenaline --
"This is a crowded journey we can't imagine," he said . ".
"The best part is that this is just the beginning of a new roller --
Roller coaster exploration of the universe.
"In the past 25 years, the Nobel Prize in Physics has been won by many winners.
The award was awarded to three British people last year.
Applied the mathematical discipline of topology to help researchers born to understand the working principles of exotic substances (such as super conductors and superfluids.
On Monday, the 2017 Nobel Prize kicked off, and three Americans studying circadian rhythms won the medicine prize --
The biological clock that everyone knows: Jeffrey C.
Michael rothbashi and Michael W. Young.
The chemistry prize will be announced on Wednesday, the Nobel Prize for Literature will be announced on Thursday, and the peace prize will be announced on Friday.
Technically, the economics prize is not a Nobel Prize, it will be awarded on Monday.
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