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October 07, 2022

Results from the first mock data challenge for machine learning gravitational-wave search algorithms more

Strongly squeezed light at 1550 nm

First time demonstration paves the way for excellent quantum noise reduction in future gravitational-wave detectors more

Breakthrough experimental demonstration of technologies for future gravitational-wave detectors

Researchers at AEI Hannover have reached a milestone on the road towards third-generation gravitational-wave detectors such as the Einstein Telescope and Cosmic Explorer. more

A novel way to make frequency-dependent squeezed light

AEI team shows the first-time generation of frequency-dependent squeezed light from a detuned optical parametric oscillator more

Hypermodels help understand gravitational waves

A new approach to analyze binary neutron star mergers provides a proving ground for model development and a means to identify systematics in future gravitational-wave observations. more

A binary pulsar with a planet?

Detailed analysis of Fermi observations hints at pulsar exoplanet more

Searching for continuous waves from neutron stars in binaries

Unique search on Advanced LIGO data excludes unexplored binary neutron star configurations more

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