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Research News AEI Hannover

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First light for GRACE Follow-On Laser Interferometer

July 02, 2018
For the first time, laser interferometry between two satellites in space measures their 220-kilometer distance to nanometer precision [more]
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Successful launch of the climate research mission GRACE Follow-On

May 22, 2018
Satellite pair with novel laser interferometer from Hannover reaches Earth orbit [more]
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Edison Volta Prize 2018 of the European Physical Society for Karsten Danzmann

May 15, 2018
Award for Max Planck director and professor at Leibniz Universität Hannover together with British, French, and Italian colleagues [more]
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Searching for continuous gravitational waves

April 10, 2018
Permanent Max Planck Independent Research Group established at AEI Hannover [more]
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Open Day at GEO600 on 17th June 2018

March 28, 2018
Visit the gravitational-wave detector near Sarstedt [more]
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Stephen Hawking passed away at the age of 76

March 14, 2018
The Albert Einstein Institute mourns the British astrophysicist [more]
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Stern-Gerlach Medal awarded to Karsten Danzmann

March 09, 2018
Prof. Karsten Danzmann was awarded the Stern-Gerlach Medal of the German Physical Society on March 7th [more]
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Einstein@Home discovers first millisecond pulsar visible only in gamma rays

February 28, 2018
Distributed volunteer computing project finds two rapidly rotating neutron stars in data from Fermi gamma-ray space telescope [more]
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LISA Pathfinder – the quietest place in space

February 05, 2018
New LISA Pathfinder results exceed requirements for future gravitational-wave observatory LISA by far [more]
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Cutting-edge technology from Hannover for the Virgo gravitational-wave detector in Italy

January 25, 2018
Squeezed-light source developed at the Albert Einstein Institute to make Virgo even more sensitive to gravitational waves [more]
 
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