Ever since scientists made the first detection of gravitational waves from a pair of colliding black holes in 2015, evidence has been growing that the Universe ought to be full of them. Every massive event – every black hole or neutron star merger, every supernova – should have sent gravitational waves ringing out across space-time.
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