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subtle ripples in space go through a tighter squeeze

IN 2015, SCIENTISTS CAUGHT EVIDENCE OF A cosmic throwdown that took place 1.3 billion light-years away. They spied this binary black-hole collision by capturing gravitational waves—ripples in space-time created when massive objects interact—for the first time. But now

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