By Edwin S Munger
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For this reason, it was called the Binary Pulsar; now about 50 other binary pulsars are known. ) Over the succeeding years, careful measurement of the arrival times of the pulses of radio emission from the pulsar revealed the shape of the pulsar’s orbit in unprecedented detail. 4 times the mass of the Sun. The most exciting result of these studies was the recognition that the motion of the pulsar around its companion could not be understood unless the dissipative reaction force associated with gravitational wave production was included.
The detection of any of these gravitational waves will meet important goals in both physics and astronomy. In astronomy the low-frequency gravitational wave window offers the possibility of detecting objects that can be seen in no other way, such as supermassive black holes; probing the interiors of some of the most energetic events in the universe, such as those occurring in quasars and active galactic nuclei; and investigating the collisions of galaxies in epochs close to the time of their formation.
Certain supernovae appear to be “standard candles”; their intrinsic brightness seems to be the same from case to case, and thus their distance from Earth can be determined from their apparent brightness. Observations of these super- Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved. html INTRODUCTION, OVERVIEW, AND RECOMMENDATIONS 23 novae at different locations measure the relationship between distance and redshift. Current observations of this kind suggest that the expansion rate of the universe is accelerating.
Rwanda, A Fascinating Story of Man and Gorilla by Edwin S Munger