High school students can search for gravity wave data to identify neutron stars

Around the world, astrophysicists are observing the balls of gravitational waves that travel on Earth when black holes or neutron stars meet. One of those astrophysicists was Christine Ye, a 17 -year -old student from Eastlake High School in Seattle.

You are working gravity waveswhere he watched the waves in space-time from a the interaction between the black hole and the neutron starshe earned her first place in the Regeneron Science Talent Search, a global competition.

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