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anonymous
 5 years ago
gradually decreases the rotational period of the system, resulting in steadily increasing energy output in the form of gravitational radiation. Eventually the black holes are sufficiently near near each other that they generate gravitational radiation of great intensity and they are about to swallow each other. What happens then?
anonymous
 5 years ago
gradually decreases the rotational period of the system, resulting in steadily increasing energy output in the form of gravitational radiation. Eventually the black holes are sufficiently near near each other that they generate gravitational radiation of great intensity and they are about to swallow each other. What happens then?

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