A new era in the observation of the Universe unfolds as pulsars unveil to us the slow breath of spacetime

infographic gravitational waves

A series of articles have been published containing data collected over 25 years of research, promising unprecedented discoveries in the study of the formation and evolution of our Universe and the galaxies that inhabit it. The observations of highly regular pulses emitted by "dead" stars called pulsars are instrumental in constructing a gravitational wave detector on a galactic scale.

More info about this news and explanations by Alberto Sesana, full professor and the director of the "B Massive" research group at the University of Milano-Bicocca, and by researcher Golam Shaifullah.