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Interferometric Detectors

Other existing or planned laser interferometric gravitational wave detectors.

LIGO
The US project: 4 km, two detectors

LIGO (Hanford)

LIGO (Livingston)

 

Virgo
The French-Italian project: 3 km

 

eLISA
evolved Laser Interferometer Space Antenna

 

LISC
The LISA International Science Community

 

KAGRA
The planned cryogenic Japanese detector (l = 3 km), located in the Kamioka mine.

 

ET
The Einstein Telescope: a planned Earth-based detector


Collaborations and projects


GWIC
The Gravitational Wave International Committee

 

IGEC
The International Gravitational Event Collaboration

 

ROG
The Rome Gravitational Wave Group

 

PaNAGIC
Particle and Nuclear Astrophysics and Gravitation International Committee

 

CGWA
Center for Gravitational Wave Astronomy

ACIGA
Australian Consortium for Interferometric Gravitational Astronomy


Resources


Living Reviews in Relativity
Living Reviews in Relativity is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal publishing invited reviews on all areas of relativity research


Einstein@Home
Einstein@Home uses idle computing time donated by volunteers all around the world to search for weak astrophysical signals from spinning neutron stars using data from the LIGO gravitational-wave detectors, the Arecibo radio telescope, and the Fermi gamma-ray satellite.


Einstein Online
Einstein Online is an online presentation of Einstein's theories of relativity provided by the Albert Einstein Institute.


Science Face
Science Face features short interviews with famous scientists from all over the world, for whom black holes are their work and their passion.

 
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