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The Gravitational Wave Universe

For centuries, humankind has observed the sky with the naked eye. In modern times we have learnt to study our universe by capturing the light – in a very wide range of wavelengths –  as well as charged particles, known as cosmic rays, and neutrinos, which could be emitted by very different astrophysical objects. All […]

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CNRS FacebookLive @ EGO-Virgo

On Monday October 16 at 7 PM CET (Central European Time), the CNRS will broadcast live from the EGO & the Virgo Collaboration & the gravitational wave detector in Italy. From the control room, researchers will answer questions and showcase the instrument (english only). Direct link to the broadcast:   Last updated: Monday, October […]

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LIGO-Virgo scientists to discuss new developments in gravitational-wave astronomy

*** MEDIA ADVISORY *** Issued jointly by the LIGO Laboratory, LIGO Scientific Collaboration, National Science Foundation, and Virgo Collaboration Scientists representing LIGO, Virgo, and some 70 observatories will reveal new details and discoveries made in the ongoing search for gravitational waves. WHAT: Journalists are invited to join the National Science Foundation as it brings together […]

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