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LIGO may have discovered an association of black hole neutron stars

Enlarge / Our gravitational wave detectors are really a series of tubes. On April 1, the teams behind the three gravitational wave detectors launched a new observation run, the first in which all three worked in parallel. With the benefit of three detectors and some upgrades performed during downtime, there is a flood of new data. In just one month, …

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As expected, the newly upgraded LIGO will have a black hole deal every week

In February 2016, scientists of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) announced the first detection of gravitational waves (GWs). Since then, several events have been discovered that afforded insight into a cosmic phenomenon that predicted Einstein's Theory of General Theory of Relativity over a century ago. Just over a year ago, LIGO was decommissioned so upgrades could be made …

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LIGO is looking for gravitational waves again, and scientists hope to learn here

After a year of downtime for hardware upgrades, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) is operational and will deploy its two detectors on April 1 in Washington State and the US state of Louisiana Virgo collaboration based in Italy. Later this year, the KAGRA detector may also be used in Japan. In combination with the hardware upgrades, the scientists …

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Earth's gravitational wave detector, LIGO, is online again and now stronger

One of the most remarkable experiments in history – a pair of giant machines observing wave-waves, known as gravitational waves, in space-time, will wake up from a half-year nap on Monday. And it will be about 40% stronger than before. This experiment is called the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO). It consists of two huge, L-shaped detectors, which together …

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LISA observatory for the discovery of globular cluster binaries can not be seen with LIGO

The detection of gravitational waves from distant corners of our galaxy and beyond is crucial to understanding the universe. Scientists have used the Earthbound Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) to acquire these signals, and in recent years have successfully discovered sources such as colliding black holes or a pair of neutron stars. However, to ramp up To speed up …

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How ravens caused a LIGO data error

COLUMBUS, Ohio – As the data heaped up, a knock suddenly came When something gently knocked and knocked on LIGO's door The source of a mysterious error in the data from a gravitational wave detector was unmasked: rap-tapp-tapping ravens with a thirst for shaved ice. At the Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory, or LIGO, in the desert of Hanford, …

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