The North American Nanohertz Gravitational-Wave Observatory (NANOGrav) has announced the first evidence of a low-frequency gravitational wave background, often referred to as the “buzz” of gravitational waves. This background is believed to be produced by supermassive black hole pairs in binary systems.

While NANOGrav does not claim direct detection, they called its results strong evidence for the expected gravitational wave background. Statistical analysis showed that the probability of achieving such results without gravitational waves is less than 1 in 1000, according to NANOGrav president Stephen Taylor.

By studying the different frequency bands, scientists will be able to gain a deeper understanding of the universe and its gravitational phenomenon. The results obtained using NANOGrav open up new possibilities for solving the behavior of black holes and the cosmos in general.

Source: Ferra

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