Reply to post: Re: how do you measure a change of 1/10,000 of a proton diameter with a laser?

Boffins' gravitational wave detection hat trick blows open astronomy

Chemist

Re: how do you measure a change of 1/10,000 of a proton diameter with a laser?

"the orbit of our moon is causing very strong gravity waves "

The moon is having a measurable effect by gravity on our planet but any gravitation waves produced by the moon are miniscule.

gravity != gravitational waves

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