Concluding Remarks - I
September 19, 2018
November 20, 2019
The most exciting scientific result of recent time was a discovery of the gravitational wave (GW)
burst from two neutron stars merging, registered by three GW instruments, and confirmed by
accompanying observations in different ranges of electromagnetic spectrum. Other GW bursts
were detected from two massive black hole merging, as isolated events, with lower S/N ratio.
Important results have been obtained in study of reionization in the universe, high energy particle
detection in LHC, Ice Cube, cosmic rays at different CR installations, etc.
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