# Gravitational Wave Modelling

Numerical simulations of neutron stars and black holes provide insights into the possible structure of gravitational wave signals and into other astrophysical phenomena.

### Third Detection of Gravitational Waves on Earth: Numerical Simulations

The video and the images show a numerical simulation of the gravitational-wave event GW170104 associated to the third binary black-hole coalescence detected by LIGO. [more]

### Second Detection of Gravitational Waves on Earth: Numerical Simulations

The video and the images show a numerical simulation of the gravitational-wave event GW151226 associated to a binary black-hole coalescence. [more]

### First Detection of Gravitational Waves on Earth: Numerical Simulations

Numerical-relativity simulations of the first binary black-hole merger observed by the Advanced LIGO detector on September 14, 2015. [more]

### Binary Black Holes: Inspirals

These images are the result if the numerical simulation of two inspiralling black holes that merge to form a new black hole. [more]

### Electromagnetic Counterparts to Inspiralling Black Holes

Electromagnetic Counterparts of Binary Black-Hole Mergers. [more]

### Binary Neutron Stars: Collisions

Head-on collision of two neutron stars to a black hole or a neutron star. [more]

### Gravitational Collapse

Computer simulations showing the formation of a neutron star by the gravitational collapse of a stellar core and the gravitational collapse of a neutron star to a rotating black hole.

[more]### Neutron Star Oscillations and Instabilities

Computer simulations of an unstable spherical neutron star and of a rapidly spinning neutron star that is bar-like deformed by a dynamical instability.

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