Astronomy Without A Telescope - Gravitational Waves - Universe Today
[/caption] Gravitational waves have some similar properties to light. They move at the same speed in a vacuum – and with a certain frequency and amplitude. Where they differ from light is that they are not scattered or absorbed by matter, in the way that light is. Thus, it’s likely that primordial gravitational waves, that … Continue reading "Astronomy Without A Telescope – Gravitational Waves"