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EXPLORE :  Info  on  science  images

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    Gravity Waves detected :

  LIGO Caltech Aug 17 2017
   For the first time, scientists have directly detected gravitational waves — ripples in space-time — in addition to light from the spectacular collision of two neutron stars

   This marks the first time that a cosmic event has been viewed in both gravitational waves and light

   The discovery was made using the U.S.-based Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO); the Europe-based Virgo detector; and some 70 ground- and space-based observatories

   Neutron stars are the smallest, densest stars known to exist and are formed when massive stars explode in supernovas. As these neutron stars spiraled together, they emitted gravitational waves that were detectable for about 100 seconds; when they collided, a flash of light in the form of gamma rays was emitted and seen on Earth about two seconds after the gravitational waves

   In the days and weeks following the smashup, other forms of light, or electromagnetic radiation — including X-ray, ultraviolet, optical, infrared, and radio waves :  were detected

   More info :   LIGO and Virgo make first detection of gravitational waves produced by colliding neutron stars

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  July 2022 :
     In July we continue with electronics & speakers restoration : along with testing new audio stock


amplifiers & receivers :   Cambridge Audio azur 540A 2nd   Yamaha AX-540 2nd,  RX-570 2nd
  NAD 7120 1st   Marantz SR-45 6th

cd players :   Proton AC-120 1st   Denon DCD-1015 2nd,  6th
  Yamaha CDC-555 4th,  CDC-565 4th, 5th,  CDC-615 2nd,  CDC-655 4th

turntables :   Denon DP-23F 4th,  5th
speakers :   Wharfedale Diamond 9.5 1st,  2nd   Mordaunt-Short MS20i 3rd,  MS25i 1st
  JPW AP1 3rd,   Grundig Fine Arts 2nd
  Proton SP-433   Mission 707 1st   Tamon Studio Pro 8000X 1st


Grilles make or recover :   JPW P1 5th,  Mission 70mkI 2nd    Celestion 15,  Ditton 44 2nd,  3rd


cd players :   Yamaha CDC-555 4th,  565 5th   Denon DCD-1015 6th,  DCD-1420 4th
  NAD 502 2nd,  3rd,  512 1st

speakers :  Celestion Ditton 44 2nd, 3rd,  5 2nd
amplifiers & receivers :  Yamaha RX-596 1st,  2nd,  797 1st   Mega M105c 1st,  M205 3rd
turntables :   Sanyo TP X3 1st

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The main purpose of NRPavs is to provide audio video advice, help with purchasing equipment, and where appropriate provide custom solutions

We do offer in Oldies but Goodies, secondhand av equipment, but we can also provide what you are looking for from new products or quality traded goods purchased especially to match your needs

    Contacts :   Noel R. Parkin

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