The Oskar Klein Centre Blog

First multiply-imaged Type Ia supernova discovered

Researchers at the Oskar Klein Centre have discovered a strongly lensed Type Ia supernova with multiple gravitational images. They will use this source to measure the Hubble Constant which quantifies the current expansion rate of the Universe.
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VR Grant to Project "GREAT"

In September 14, 2015 gravitational waves were detected for the first time. A newly VR-funded collaborative research environment at Stockholm University seeks to simulate and optimize searches for the electromagnetic counterparts to gravitational wave events.
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