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A guide to LIGO-Virgo detector noise and extraction of transient gravitational-wave signals

We describe some of the checks that are performed to validate the analyses and results from the observations of gravitational-wave events. Expand abstract.
179 days ago
9/10 relevant
arXiv

The Missing Link in Gravitational-Wave Astronomy: Discoveries waiting in the decihertz range

The gravitational-wave astronomical revolution began in 2015 with LIGO's observation of the coalescence of two stellar-mass black holes. Expand abstract.
179 days ago
10/10 relevant
arXiv

Probing the Nature of Black Holes: Deep in the mHz Gravitational-Wave Sky

Precision tests of black hole spacetimes with mHz-band gravitational-wave detectors will probe general relativity and fundamental physics in previously inaccessible regimes, and allow us to address some of these fundamental issues in our current understanding of nature. Expand abstract.
179 days ago
8/10 relevant
arXiv

kiloHertz gravitational waves from binary neutron star remnants: time-domain model and constraints on extreme matter

The remnant star of a neutron star merger is an anticipated loud source of kiloHertz gravitational waves that conveys unique information on the equation of state of hot matter at extreme densities. Expand abstract.
179 days ago
10/10 relevant
arXiv

High angular resolution gravitational wave astronomy

Precise positional information of standard sirens would enable precision measurements of cosmological parameters and offer new insights on structure formation; a high angular resolution gravitational wave observatory would allow the detection of a stochastic background and resolution of the anisotropies within it; it... Expand abstract.
179 days ago
9/10 relevant
arXiv

Correlated magnetic noise from anisotropic lightning sources and the detection of stochastic gravitational waves

Direct detection of gravitational waves (GW) from compact binary systems suggests that the merger rate of such events is too large to be individually resolved, and thus they can be detected as stochastic signals. Expand abstract.
180 days ago
10/10 relevant
arXiv

Search for very-high-energy emission with HAWC from GW170817 event

The detection of the gravitational wave GW170817 defined a breakthrough in multi-messenger astronomy. Expand abstract.
181 days ago
4/10 relevant
arXiv

Probing up-down quark matter ($ud$QM) via Gravitational Waves

Recently, it was shown that quark matter with only $u$, $d$ quarks ($ud$QM) can be the ground state of matter for baryon number $A>A_\textrm{min}$ with $A_{\rm min}\gtrsim 300$. Expand abstract.
181 days ago
7/10 relevant
arXiv

Gravitational wave emission from quadrupole Josephson junction device

We suggest a hybrid quantum mechanical/classical set up capable of gravitational wave emission. Expand abstract.
181 days ago
8/10 relevant
arXiv

Gravitational-wave follow-up with CTA after the detection of GRBs in the TeV energy domain

S./MAGIC would be a useful compliment to CTA's follow-up capabilities by increasing the sky area that can be rapidly covered, especially for directions above and 'below' the United States in which the present network of gravitational-wave detectors is more sensitive. Expand abstract.
182 days ago
9/10 relevant
arXiv