Scientists have just found the largest neutron star (or smallest black hole) yet in a strange cosmic collision

Astrophysicists have seen the strangest. gravitational wave Still a sign, an observation that could compel scientists to rewrite what they know about the cosmos.

Gravitational waves are formed when massive objects distort the space-time that surrounds them and send waves throughout the universe. Scientists caught the first detection of such waves, formed by two colliding black holes, in 2015.