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AP Explains: Why gravitational wave researchers won a Nobel
by Seth Borenstein, AP Science Writer
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3 October 2017
On 3 October 2017 The Associated Press reported:
Three U.S.-based astrophysicists won the Nobel prize in physics Tuesday (3 October) for their discovery of gravitational waves, a phenomenon Albert Einstein predicted a century ago in his theory of general relativity. [The Associated Press explains] what their discovery means and why they won the prize worth $1.1 million (9 million kronor).
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