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Gravitational waves explained

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Gravitational waves were first predicted by Albert Einstein 100 years ago. Last week, scientists were finally able to detect them.

So with this discovery, will we ever learn what is in a black hole?

Or will recent cuts to science funding limit the possibility of similar discoveries in the future? 

Reporter Jordan Fennell investigates.

 

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