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How many stars eventually collide as black holes? The universe has a budget for that.

08:44 EST 2 Feb 2020 | Science Blog

Since the breakthrough in gravitational wave astronomy back in 2015, scientists have been able to detect more than a dozen pairs of closely located black holes—known as binary black holes—by their collisions into each other, due to gravity. However, scientists still debate how many of these black holes are born from stars, and how they […]

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