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Research News AEI Hannover

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New Initiative to Explore the Origin and Future of the Universe

September 20, 2019
Researchers at AEI Hannover and Princeton University win funding for four years from the Simons Foundation. Anna Ijjas (AEI Hannover) receives half a million US-dollars. [more]
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Pulsating gamma rays from neutron star rotating 707 times a second

September 19, 2019
Second fastest spinning radio pulsar known is a gamma-ray pulsar, too. Multi-messenger observations look closely at the system and raise new questions. [more]
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Asking the most fundamental questions about the Universe

August 20, 2019
New Lise Meitner Research Group “Gravitational Theory and Cosmology” established at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute) in Hannover [more]
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New laser instrument onboard GRACE-Follow-On measures Earth's gravity field with high precision

July 23, 2019
One year in operation: the first laser interferometer between two satellites exceeds all expectations and is a successful step towards the space-based gravitational-wave observatory LISA [more]
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Open Day at GEO600 on 16th June 2019

May 09, 2019
Visit the gravitational-wave detector near Sarstedt [more]
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LIGO and Virgo detect more neutron star coalescences

May 02, 2019
The gravitational-wave candidates were likely produced by mergers of a neutron star-black hole binary and a binary neutron star [more]
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Gravitational-wave detectors begin third observation run

March 26, 2019
AEI researchers expect many more observations in one-year long data taking period [more]
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A high-precision test bench for LISA technology

February 28, 2019
AEI researchers develop novel precise laboratory setup to verify technology for LISA, the planned gravitational-wave observatory in space [more]
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Potential binary neutron star merger discovery in LIGO’s first observation run

February 26, 2019
Finding faint binary neutron star merger signals by cleverly combining gravitational-wave and gamma-ray observations [more]
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New squeezing record at GEO600

December 13, 2018
The German-British gravitational-wave detector makes a key step towards third-generation observatories like the Einstein Telescope [more]
 
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