Gravitational Waves are ripples in space, distortions in reality as we know it. Learn more about this ground-breaking physics from Corey Gray, Lead Operator at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) in Hanford, Washington in this episode.
Corey has been featured by NPR– not only because he was there at the start of LIGO, but also because he is an amazing science communicator. Corey’s mother is also part of an effort to translate LIGO press releases into Blackfoot.
You can follow Corey’s adventures on Twitter @QuantumOfSalsa