How do you make a binary black hole?

Event Start:
2021-01-27T11:00:00
Event End:
2021-01-27T12:00:00
Event Information:

Since 2015, LIGO and Virgo have detected nearly 50 gravitational waves from merging black holes and neutron stars, ushering in a new era of observational astronomy.  But how are the binary progenitors of these systems actually formed in the first place?

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Speaker:
Carl Rodriguez, Carnegie Mellon University
Add to Calendar Event Start: 2021-01-27T11:00:00 Event End: 2021-01-27T12:00:00 How do you make a binary black hole? Event Information: Since 2015, LIGO and Virgo have detected nearly 50 gravitational waves from merging black holes and neutron stars, ushering in a new era of observational astronomy.  But how are the binary progenitors of these systems actually formed in the first place? Event Location: Connect via Zoom

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