Gravity Signals

From Einstein to the Big Bang and beyond: gravitational waves have opened a new era of astrophysics

Rüdiger Vaas

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  • Discovery of gravitational waves: about the 2017 Nobel prize for physics
  • A brilliant scientific success
  • Latest: the fourth signal of gravitational waves
215x135x20mm (LxWxH)
Cover/Layout 31 bw-photos, 39 bw-drawings
Pages: 208
EAN: 9783440159576
Art.-No.: 15957
2017 Nobel prize for physics for gravitational wave researchers: This book offers highly topical insights and overview with the latest research results! Discovery of gravitational waves is a scientific sensation. For the first time since Albert Einstein's prediction these gravitational signals could be measured: When Black Holes collide, the entire universe quakes. The proof of by now half a dozen space-time vibrations is another triumph for the theory of relativity and a great success of technology. These achievements have now been acknowledged with the 2017 Nobel price for physics. From Einstein to the Big Bang and beyond: gravitational waves have opened up a new era in astrophysics.

About the author

Rüdiger Vaas

Rüdiger Vaas is scientific reporter and astronomy and physics editor of the popular monthly magazine ‘Pictures of Science’. He is an accomplished connoisseur of modern cosmology, a subject on which he has published several books and lectures worldwide.
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