Lawrence Krauss discusses colliding stars, missing mass and more
Nov. 2, 2017
Arizona State University physicist Lawrence Krauss joins Arizona Horizon to discuss the latest science news.
Krauss explains the recent sighting of light from gravitational waves produced by the collision of two neutron stars.
“The fact that we knew they were neutron stars meant we could learn so much,” Krauss said. The Oersted Medal-winning physicist believes this discovery could change the course of astronomy.