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How a 130-Year-Old Technology Led to a Nobel Prize

LIGO observatory in Washington

Concrete and stainless steel tubes house the interferometer at the LIGO observatory in Washington.

Credit: Anthony Bolante / Reuters

In 1887, Albert Michelson built an experiment that he hoped would lead to the detection of luminiferous ether.

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