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Rare black hole and neutron star collide twice in 10 days



In the first collision, detected on January 5, 2020, a black hole six and a half times more massive than the Sun collided with a neutron star 1.5 times more massive than our parent star. Just 10 days later, a black hole with 10 solar masses merged with a neutron star with 2 solar masses.


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