I'm currently taking an astrophysics course, and need to do a project on some sort of on-going astrophysics research. Over the last year, I've been reading a few papers here and there in QG (specifically LQG), and was wondering if there was any on-going research relating quantum gravity in astrophysics??(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Some problems I know of are fluctuations of the metric, but uh, don't know if that has ANY applicability in astrophysics as I'm pretty naive when it comes to this field.

Thanks for any help!

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# Quantum gravity in astrophysics?

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