from the Observational Relativity and Cosmology department

Probing the boundaries of spacetime

Using the gravitational-wave memory for a new test of general relativity and to reveal fundamental spacetime symmetries more

Lightest black hole or heaviest neutron star?

MeerKAT uncovers a mysterious object at the boundary between black holes and neutron stars more

For whom the black hole rings

For whom the black hole rings

November 29, 2023

Observation of multiple ringdown modes in a black hole merger more

NASA’s Fermi Mission Nets Nearly 300 Gamma-Ray Pulsars … and Counting

One in six of the discoveries were made by researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics. more

Einstein@Home joins the Zooniverse

Citizen scientists can now also use their eyes and brains to help find new pulsars. more

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