gravitational astronomy

gravitational astronomy

[‚grav·ə′tā·shən·əl ə′strän·ə·mē]
(astrophysics)
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With the addition of further detectors, initially in Italy and later in other locations around the world, the team believe that early detections are only the 'tip of the iceberg' of gravitational astronomy.
International Workshop on the Teaching and Learning of Einsteinian Physics in the Era of Gravitational Astronomy (WA)
In a review of the historic detection of gravitational waves, Sheila Rowan of the University of Glasgow offered a bevy of questions that gravitational astronomy might be able to answer in the coming years: Where and when do black holes form?
Had it been constructed, Pakistan would have a name in gravitational astronomy too.
The Australian Consortium would operate the Australian detector for Interferometric Gravitational Astronomy (ACIGA), a group of five universities in the country.