Sounds like the collision of neutron stars?
Scientists were able to detect gravitational waves from mergers of neutron stars. The merger took place in the galaxy NGC4993, which is located about 130 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Hydra.
Neutron stars have incredible density — a teaspoon of matter weighs a billion tons.
From the collision of such stars are formed by gravitational waves, which cause time-space distortions, something like the ripples on the water.
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