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  • Abbott, B.P.; Vahlbruch, H.; Willke, Benno; Wimmer, M.H.; Wittel, H.; et al.; LIGO Scientific Collaboration; Virgo Collaboration (College Park, MD : American Physical Society, 2016)
    The first observational run of the Advanced LIGO detectors, from September 12, 2015 to January 19, 2016, saw the first detections of gravitational waves from binary black hole mergers. In this paper, we present full results ...
  • Zhu, Sylvia J.; Papa, Maria Alessandra; Eggenstein, Heinz-Bernd; Prix, Reinhard; Wette, Karl; Allen, Bruce; Bock, Oliver; Keitel, David; Krishnan, Badri; Machenschalk, Bernd; Shaltev, Miroslav; Siemens, Xavier (College Park, MD : American Physical Society, 2016)
    We report the results of a directed search for continuous gravitational-wave emission in a broad frequency range (between 50 and 1000 Hz) from the central compact object of the supernova remnant Cassiopeia A (Cas A). The ...
  • Adya, V.B.; Affeldt, C.; Allen, B.; Aulbert, C.; Beer, C.; Bensch, M.; Bergmann, G.; Bisht, A.; Bock, O.; Bode, N.; Booker, P.; Brinkmann, M.; Cabero, M.; Capano, C.D.; Danilishin, S.L.; Danzmann, K.; Denker, T.; Dent, T.; Dergachev, V.; Varona, O.D.; Doravari, S.; Drago, M.; Dreissigacker, C.; Eggenstein, H.-B.; Fehrmann, H.; Hanke, M.M.; Heurs, M.; Hochheim, S.; Hofman, D.; Indik, N.; Junker, J.; Karvinen, K.S.; Kaufer, S.; Khan, S.; Kirchhoff, R.; Koch, P.; Koehlenbeck, S.M.; Kramer, C.; Kringel, V.; Krishnan, B.; Kuehn, G.; Leavey, S.; Lehmann, J.; Leonardi, M.; Lough, J.D.; Lück, H.; Lundgren, A.P.; Machenschalk, B.; Mehmet, M.; Mendoza-Gandara, D.; Milovich-Goff, M.C.; Ming, J.; Mukherjee, A.; Nery, M.; Nielsen, A.B.; Nitz, A.; Ohme, F.; Oppermann, P.; Papa, M.A.; Post, A.; Puncken, O.; Rüdiger, A.; Salemi, F.; Schreiber, E.; Schuette, D.; Schulte, B.W.; Schutz, B.F.; Setyawati, Y.; Singh, A.; Steinke, M.; Steinmeyer, D.; Steltner, B.; Theeg, T.; Thies, F.; Vahlbruch, H.; Walsh, S.; Wei, L.-W.; Weinert, M.; Wellmann, F.; Weßels, P.; Westerweck, J.; Wilken, D.; Willke, B.; Wimmer, M.H.; Winkler, W.; Wittel, H.; Woehler, J.; Wu, D.S.; Zhang, Y.-H.; Zhu, S.J.; et al. (The LIGO Scientific Collaboration and the Virgo Collaboration) (Bristol : Institute of Physics Publishing, 2019)
    We present a search for prompt gamma-ray counterparts to compact binary coalescence gravitational wave (GW) candidates from Advanced LIGO's first observing run (O1). As demonstrated by the multimessenger observations of ...
  • Papa, Maria Alessandra; Eggenstein, Heinz-Bernd; Walsh, Sinéad; Di Palma, Irene; Allen, Bruce; Astone, Pia; Bock, Oliver; Creighton, Teviet D.; Keitel, David; Machenschalk, Bernd; Prix, Reinhard; Siemens, Xavier; Singh, Avneet; Zhu, Sylvia J.; Schutz, Bernard F. (College Park, MD : American Physical Society, 2016)
    We report results of an all-sky search for periodic gravitational waves with frequency between 50 and 510 Hz from isolated compact objects, e.g., neutron stars. A new hierarchical multistage approach is taken, supported ...
  • Singh, Avneet (Hannover : Institutionelles Repositorium der Leibniz Universität Hannover, 2018)
    (english) Gravitational waves (GW) are tiny oscillations in the fabric of space-time, first hypothesised within the framework of Einstein’s General theory of Relativity (GR) a little more than 100 years ago. The first ...
  • Nitz, Alexander H.; Nielsen, Alex B.; Capano, Collin D. (Bristol : Institute of Physics Publishing, 2019)
    We present a search for binary neutron star (BNS) mergers that produced gravitational waves during the first observing run of the Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO), and gamma-ray emission ...
  • Singh, Avneet; Papa, Maria Alessandra; Eggenstein, Heinz-Bernd; Zhu, Sylvia J.; Pletsch, H.; Allen, Bruce; Bock, Oliver; Maschenchalk, Bernd; Prix, Reinhard; Siemens, Xavier (College Park, MD : American Physical Society, 2016)
    We present results of a high-frequency all-sky search for continuous gravitational waves from isolated compact objects in LIGO's fifth science run (S5) data, using the computing power of the Einstein@Home volunteer computing ...
  • Abbott, B.P.; Abbott, R.; Abbott, T.D.; Abraham, S.; Acernese, F.; Ackley, K.; Affeldt, C.; Aufmuth, P.; Bergmann, G.; Bisht, A.; Booker, P.; Brinkmann, M.; Cabero, M.; Danilishin, S.L.; Danzmann, K.; de Varona, O.; Hanke, M.M.; Hennig, J.; Heurs, M.; Hochheim, S.; Junker, J.; Kaufer, S.; Khan, S.; Kirchhoff, R.; Koehlenbeck, S.M.; Koper, N.; Krämer, C.; Kringel, V.; Kuehn, G.; Leavey, S.; Lehmann, J.; Lough, J.D.; Lück, H.; Mehmet, M.; Meylahn, F.; Mukherjee, A.; Mukund, N.; Nery, M.; Oppermann, P.; Phelps, M.; Rüdiger, A.; Schreiber, E.; Schulte, B.W.; Setyawati, Y.; Standke, M.; Steinke, M.; Steinmeyer, D.; Vahlbruch, H.; Wei, L.-W.; Weinert, M.; Wellmann, F.; Weßels, P.; Wilken, D.M.; Willke, B.; Winkler, W.; Wittel, H.; Woehler, J.; Wu, D.S.; et al. (Bristol : Institute of Physics Publishing, 2019)
    When formed through dynamical interactions, stellar-mass binary black holes (BBHs) may retain eccentric orbits (e > 0.1 at 10 Hz) detectable by ground-based gravitational-wave detectors. Eccentricity can therefore be ...
  • Albert, A.; André, M.; Anghinolfi, M.; Ardid, M.; Aubert, J.-J.; IceCube Collaboration; Adya, V. B.; Affeldt, C.; Aufmuth, P.; Bergmann, G.; Biscoveanu, S.; Bisht, A.; Bode, N.; Booker, P.; Brinkmann, M.; Cabero, M.; Danilishin, Stefan L.; Dent, T.; Varona, O. de; Doravari, S.; Hanke, J.; Koehlenbeck, S.M.; Koper, N.; Kringel, V.; Kuehn, G.; Leavey, S.; Lehmann, J.; Lough, J.D.; Lück, H.; Mehmet, M.; Mukherjee, Arunava; Nery, M.; Ohme, F.; Oppermann, P.; Phelps, M.; Puncken, O.; Rüdiger, A.; Schreiber, E.; Schulte, B.W.; Setyawati, Y.; Standke, M.; Steinke, M.; Steinmeyer, D.; Thies, F.; Vahlbruch, H.; Wei, L.-W.; Weinert, M.; Wellmann, F.; Weßels, P.; Wilken, D.M.; Willke, B.; Wimmer, M.H.; Winkler, W.; Wittel, H.; Woehler, J.; Wu, D.S.; LIGO Scientific Collaboration; Virgo Collaboration; Hennig, M.; Heurs, J.; Junker, K.S.; Karvinen, S.; Kaufer, S.; Khan, R.; Kirchhoff, P.; Koch, M. M. (Bristol : IOP Publishing Ltd., 2019)
    Astrophysical sources of gravitational waves, such as binary neutron star and black hole mergers or core-collapse supernovae, can drive relativistic outflows, giving rise to non-thermal high-energy emission. High-energy ...