Researchers at the Laser Interferometric Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) have discovered the second
Telescopes could never detect beforethe collision of stars whose total mass is 2.9 times greater than the Sun. “These objects are clearly heavier than any other pair of neutron stars that we observed,” the researchers noted.
A huge radio telescope from China began to look for extraterrestrial life
University of Florida astronomers previously studieddata on the collision of two neutron stars, which scientists observed in 2017, and came to the conclusion that similar events near the Milky Way could cause the appearance of heavy metals in the solar system.
In 2017, observatories around the world observedcollision of two dense cosmic bodies of extremely high energies. The mass of neutron stars that became participants in this event is several times greater than the mass of the Sun - while the size of the objects were the size of a big city.