Researchers at Stanford University and SLAC have found that under certain conditions, gravity can generate a type of light.
Scientists used powerful lasers to heat up an object and then shot electrons at it.
As these electrons collided with the object, they produced gravitational waves that were captured and measured by a detector.
The experiment showed that the collision of electrons with the heated object created a type of light, known as "gravitational Cherenkov radiation."
This discovery opens up a new realm of research and possibilities for exploring the relationship between gravity and light.
The discovery could potentially lead to the development of new technologies, such as gravitational wave detectors.
This discovery is being hailed as a significant step forward in our understanding of the universe.