Article on GEO600 Starts Continuous Search for Gravitional Waves

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This is a good article on the joint German-British Gravitational Wave Detector GEO600, which has been upgraded and is now conducting an 18-month run.

Update on GEO600 Gravitational Wave Detector

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Article on GEO600 Starts Continuous Search for Gravitional Waves

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This is a good article on the joint German-British Gravitational Wave Detector GEO600, which has been upgraded and is now conducting an 18-month run.

Update on GEO600 Gravitational Wave Detector


See also this

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Am I missing something? What

Am I missing something? What arrangements are in place for the processing of all the data?

Dead men don't get the baby washed. HTH

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IIRC geo was listed

IIRC geo was listed previously as a potential source for einstien at home data, but at the time was running at lower sensitivity than the two detectors being used.

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RE: IIRC geo was listed

Message 40761 in response to message 40760

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IIRC geo was listed previously as a potential source for einstien at home data, but at the time was running at lower sensitivity than the two detectors being used.


Yes, GEO is part of the LIGO collaboration. I do recall an ( ultimate ) aim expressed ( somewhere/when ) of triangulation between as many detectors as possible with the data pipe including E@H.
Cheers, Mike.

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