Virgo calibration and reconstruction of the gravitationnal wave strain during VSR1
Virgo is a kilometer-length interferometer for gravitationnal waves detection located near Pisa. Its first science run, VSR1, occured from May to October 2007. The aims of the calibration are to measure the detector sensitivity and to reconstruct the time series of the gravitationnal wave strain h(t). The absolute length calibration is based on an original non-linear reconstruction of the differential arm length variations in free swinging Michelson configurations. It uses the laser wavelength...[Show more]
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