German physicist Karsten Danzmann won the Körber Prize for Science for his work on gravitational waves. He talked to DW about how to research them further.
The 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics has gone to three scientists for their contributions to the first detection of gravitational waves. It was to be expected, but you can never be sure with the Nobel committee.
US scientists are expected to say they can show that gravitational waves exist, ending a century-long search to prove one of Einstein's theories. Here are six reasons they're so important for understanding our universe.
Gravitational waves were first detected on Earth. But soon the search continues in space. This Tuesday the satellite LISA Pathfinder will be switched off. Her data will live on in a new experiment.
German physicist Karsten Danzmann receives the Körber Prize for Science this Thursday for his work on gravitational waves. He talked to DW about how to research them further.
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