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    Default Re: another gravitational wave detection

    So that means we are up to four confirmed detections?

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    Default Re: another gravitational wave detection

    Five strong enough to be regarded as confirmed and one marginal event.
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    Default Re: another gravitational wave detection

    Great LIGO
    Thank you...
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    Default Re: another gravitational wave detection

    Here is the AAS take complete with nice discussion and GRAPHS!

    LIGO Finds Lightest Black-Hole Binary
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    Default Re: another gravitational wave detection

    Officially routine.

    Thanks for the link.

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