Cara Santa Maria EPISODE 98 – SARAH GOSSAN

Cara Ava Santa Maria is joined by Caltech PhD candidate Sarah Gossan, a researcher in the LIGO Lab who contributed to the recent detection of gravitational waves. They discuss what this discovery means–not just for physics, but for humanity–and just how they were able to detect two black holes merging 1.3 billion light years away. Follow Sarah: @PrincssSuprnova.

Source: Episode 98 – Sarah Gossan


About Excitable Ape

Today is the best day of my life! I am the Artist In Residence of the Chicago Council on Science and Technology. I work as an expert in science communication for Harvard University. Along with my wife, the comics artist Sharon Rosenzweig, I create comics and comic videos for the Annals of Internal Medicine. I express my passion for promoting science literacy by creating science education materials that makes people laugh out loud.
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