Einstein’s Theory Right, say Researchers
According to Yiannis Antoniadis from the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Bonn, Germany, Einstien's theory of relativity is correct. The theory that highlights that gravity rules the Earth has been proven to be right after a group of scientists confirmed the same through multitude of tests.
Paulo Freire, a member of the research team, said, "We believed that the conditions in this system were so extreme that would cause cracks in the theory of general relativity but eventually Einstein's predictions proved accurate enough".
Scientists have claimed that the Albert Eienstien's theory of gravity was the most complicated aspect to prove. But, they eventually proved it to be right.
The team put the theory to a test in a cosmic laboratory 7,000 light years from earth. Here two stars were surrounding each other.
Antoniades observed a doctoral student in binary star system using the Very Large Telescope (VLT) of the European Southern Observatory in Chile. He discovered that the Neutron star has greater mass than any other star pulsar ever found. It also possesses gravity that is 300 billion times stronger than the gravitational force of the Earth's surface.
First time, Einstein's theory was confirmed during a solar eclipse within four years of its publication.
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