Plans for near future of E@H ?

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RE: Further exciting

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Further exciting candidate discoveries are currently
being studied in detail. We also examining the feasibility of
expanding the survey to other pulsar system types not yet searched on
Einstein@Home.

Does the Gamma-ray pulsar search will be extended?

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RE: Does the Gamma-ray

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Does the Gamma-ray pulsar search will be extended?

See Bernd's message here (the part mentioning "FGRP5") :

https://einsteinathome.org/node/196604&postid=142531

Stay tuned

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RE: See Bernd's message

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See Bernd's message here (the part mentioning "FGRP5")

Actually it's named FGRPB1 ("... binary search #1") and is already being tested over on Albert@Home.

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RE: Actually it's named

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Actually it's named FGRPB1 ("... binary search #1") and is already being tested over on Albert@Home.

What's the ETA for FGRPB1?

The current FGRP4 search is nearing the end fast.

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RE: The current FGRP4

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The current FGRP4 search is nearing the end fast.

I can assure you that we are pretty much aware of that, and that we will do everything to not let Einstein@Home run out of (CPU) work. The current plan is still to get FGRPB1 going this week, although it may take a few days more. We're frantically working on it. We also do have a plan B(RP) in case all goes downhill.

The FGRP4 progress counting is currently somewhat confused, though, due some backend changes (assimilator) we made recently, so we have a couple of days more left in FGRP4 than displayed on the server status page.

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RE: RE: RE: { AFAIK the

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{ AFAIK the Holy Grail here would be firm knowledge/detection of different signal types ( GW + EM ) from the same physical object.

Thanks Mike that explains a few things, we are overdue a nearby supernova, hopefully we'll also get a few neutrinos to waken the neighbours.


Yes, what a good idea. I could use my neutrino hover board .... surf the district upon the neutrino back wash ...

Type-1a Surf's up!

Edit: Did LIGO hear a chirp in the night?

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RE: Edit: Did LIGO hear a

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Edit: Did LIGO hear a chirp in the night?


I don't think so .... That article is dated two years ago :-).

Cheers,
Gary.

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RE: I don't think so ....

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I don't think so .... That article is dated two years ago :-).

The power of wishful thinking. There's a feeling you get when you are told to meet up at the train station at half nine for the 22:10 train, but you arrive ten minutes late to watch it leave at twenty to ten. i have that feeling.

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RE: RE: I don't think so

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I don't think so .... That article is dated two years ago :-).

The power of wishful thinking. There's a feeling you get when you are told to meet up at the train station at half nine for the 22:10 train, but you arrive ten minutes late to watch it leave at twenty to ten. i have that feeling.


That's called deja poo : ' strong sensation that an event or experience currently being experienced is crappy and down to you'. :-)

Cheers, Mike.

I have made this letter longer than usual because I lack the time to make it shorter. Blaise Pascal

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RE: That's called deja poo

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That's called deja poo : ' strong sensation that an event or experience currently being experienced is crappy and down to you'. :-)


lol - There may yet be be some science in this... deja poo-ness is translational invariant, it decreases with distance from the event, both in time and distance. So is there a conservation law?

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