1. Have pulsars provided a glimpse of gravitational waves from merging supermassive black holes?  physicsworld.com
  2. Scientists might have heard the background ‘hum’ of the universe for the first time  Yahoo News UK
  3. Researchers find strong hints of background 'sea' of gravity waves  Astronomy Now Online
  4. Gravitational Wave Search Finds Tantalizing New Clue: Unexplained Fluctuations in Space-Time  SciTechDaily
  5. Scientists May Have Detected a Signal That Could Change Astronomy Forever  VICE
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More than a decade of observations suggests that something is affecting pulsar timings

Have pulsars provided a glimpse of gravitational waves from merging supermassive black holes? – Physics World

The ‘hum’ is thought to be gravitational waves, created by impacts between objects such as black holes. The ‘hum’ is thought to be gravitational waves, created by impacts between objects such as black holes. 

Scientists might have heard the background ‘hum’ of the universe for the first time

Researchers find strong hints of background ‘sea’ of gravity waves – Astronomy Now

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Scientists think they may have spied the universe's "gravitational wave background" after more than a decade of searching. Scientists think they may have spied the universe's "gravitational wave background" after more than a decade of searching.

Scientists May Have Detected a Signal That Could Change Astronomy Forever