Will Albert Einstein make the region of Voeren world famous 70 years after his death_Limburgers Worldwide
01/03/2024
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Will Albert Einstein make the region of Voeren world famous 70 years after his death?

The Einstein telescope is an underground observatory, where a Belgian-Dutch-German alliance is aiming to detect gravitational waves and look deeper into space than ever before. All the way back to the Big Bang. Price tag: a hefty €1.9 billion. According to estimates, the arrival of the Einstein Telescope could create between 10,000 and 30,000 jobs and hundreds of millions of euros worth of contracts for local businesses. By 2026, we will find out whether one of Europe's most ambitious scientific projects will be coming to the three-country point, and thus to Limburg.
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