Since 2007, the data from the LIGO, GEO and Virgo detectors are shared and analyzed together as from a single "telescope". Sharing the data is of main importance to reject local perturbations in the data and to localise the gravitational wave in the sky, i.e. to make astronomy.
Credits: Virgo Collaboration/LAPP and Tom Patterson (www.shadedrelief.com)
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