Last year, physicists made history by observing the first-ever gravitational wave.
Their discovery confirmed Albert Einstein’s century-old theory of gravity and capped decades of effort to build an instrument sensitive enough to catch these ripples in spacetime.
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Einstein’s general relativity theory only allows for two types of gravitational wave polarization, but other theories imply as many as six different polarizations.