An artist's conception of a merger of two neutron stars, 130 million light years from Earth. Light from the ancient event finally reached Earth last month. Graphic: Robin Dienel, Carnegie Institution for Science. An artist's conception of a merger of two neutron stars, 130 million light years from Earth. Light from the ancient event finally reached Earth last month. Graphic: Robin Dienel, Carnegie Institution for Science.
An artist's conception of a merger of two neutron stars, 130 million light years from Earth. Light from the ancient event finally reached Earth last month. Graphic: Robin Dienel, Carnegie Institution for Science.
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An artist's conception of a merger of two neutron stars, 130 million light years from Earth. Light from the ancient event finally reached Earth last month. Graphic: Robin Dienel, Carnegie Institution for Science. An artist's conception of a merger of two neutron stars, 130 million light years from Earth. Light from the ancient event finally reached Earth last month. Graphic: Robin Dienel, Carnegie Institution for Science.
An artist's conception of a merger of two neutron stars, 130 million light years from Earth. Light from the ancient event finally reached Earth last month. Graphic: Robin Dienel, Carnegie Institution for Science.
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