Anticipating that this year's Nobel prize in physics would go to scientists studying gravity waves, Professor Andrea Lommen and students in her gravitational waves class organized a presentation about the physics of the waves, the remarkable facilities needed to detect them, and the importance of these observations.
Physics and Astronomy
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