who do we still have Arecibo data?

poppinfresh99
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According to this
  https://einsteinathome.org/apps.php
the radio data (BRP4) is from Arecibo.

Since Arecibo collapsed last year (2020), for how much longer will we have radio data to analyze? Do we have plans on getting data from somewhere else?

Thanks in advance!

poppinfresh99
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Looks like a found my answer

Looks like a found my answer at the bottom right of...
  https://einsteinathome.org/server_status.php
We have many decades of Arecibo data to process!

astro-marwil
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Hello, and a healthy, wealthy

Hello, and a healthy, wealthy and happy New Year!!!

I believe, the Chinese will be happy to send data from theire 500m dish.

Kind regards and happy crunching

Martin

tullio
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The NANOGrav group at

The NANOGrav group at Boulder, Colorado, announced today they have used 14.5 years of data from Arecibo and Green Bank to measure the times of arrival of pulsar signals from 45 pulsars. From those data they infer the presence of low frequency gravitational waves which cannot be detected from interferometers such as LIGO, VIRGO and KAGRA. The result was published in Astrophysical Journal Letters.

Tullio

astro-marwil
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Hallo! Here is another

Hallo!

Here is another fairly new paper about detection of - primordial? - GW by radio astronomy.

Kind regards and happy crunching

Martin

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