New Detector for Gravitational Waves

For many yeras scientists have been trying to detect gravitational waves but nothing happens. Now new research suggests that with the help just one more detector scientists will be able to achieve success. So four gravitational wave detectors are currently in operation.In proposals have been submitted to build three more, one each in Japan, Australia and India. Constructing just one of these would double the amount of sky being covered in current searches for gravitational waves and would increase the chances of their detection. Scientist think that detecting gravitational waves can help them during the universe’s studies.Gravitational waves have great penetrating power, so they will allow to see directly  to the center of the systems responsible for supernova explosions, gamma-ray bursts and a wealth of other systems.

source:www.space.com