News about GEO600 and gravitational waves

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Gravitational wave scientists set their sights on dark matter

Incredibly sensitive instruments used in landmark discoveries could help solve one of the biggest remaining mysteries in the Universe more

LIGO, Virgo, and KAGRA raise their signal score to 90

Gravitational-wave catalog update lists 35 new signals more

No Open Day at GEO600 in the summer of 2021

Because of the corona pandemic and the related infection control measures for GEO600 employees and visitors to the site, there will be no Open Day at GEO600 this summer. The event might take place in fall 2021. Guided tours for visitor groups are not offered until further notice. more

Einstein Telescope approved for ESFRI Roadmap 2021

based on an INFN/Nikhef press release more

Gravitational waves from two black holes swallowing neutron stars whole

First robust detection of these rare events more

A brighter future for gravitational-wave astronomy

Hannover research team develops most powerful laser system yet for gravitational-wave detectors more

GEO600 reaches 6 dB of squeezing

German-British instrument mitigates quantum noise effects better than any gravitational-wave detector before more

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