KSU researcher sheds light on mysteries of black holes (Marietta Daily Journal)


KENNESAW, Ga. (Oct 15, 2018) — New research into black holes may shed light on the origins of life in the universe, according to David Garofalo, Kennesaw State University assistant professor of physics. Garofalo recently co-authored a paper published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

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