Australia's role in gravitational wave detection
Jacob, J S; Barriga, P; Blair, David Gerald; Brooks, A; Burman, R; Burston, R; Chan, Lee; Chan, XiuTing; Chin, E J; Chow, Jong; Coward, D; Cusack, B J; De Vine, Glenn; Degallaix, J; Dumas, J-C; Faulkner, Angus; Garoi, Florin; Gras, S; Gray, Malcolm; Hamilton, Murray Wayne; Herne, Matthew; Hollitt, C; Hosken, Dave; Howell, E; Ju, Li; Kelly, Theresa-Lan; Lee, B L; Lee, C Y; Lee, K T; Lun, Anthony; McClelland, David; McKenzie, Kirk; Mow-Lowry, C; Mudge, D; Munch, Jesper; Paget, Darren; Schediwy, S; Scott, Susan M; Searle, Antony; Sheard, B; Slagmolen, Bram; Veitch, Peter John; Winterflood, J; Woolley, A; Yan, Z; Zhao, Chunnong
An enormous effort is underway worldwide to attempt to detect gravitational waves. If successful, this will open a new frontier in astronomy. An essential portion of this effort is being carried out in Australia by the Australian Consortium for Interferometric Gravitational Astronomy (ACIGA), with research teams working at the Australia National University, University of Western Australia, and University of Adelaide involving scientists and students representing many more institutions and...[Show more]
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