Science Astronomy Observatories Gravitational Waves
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This category lists sites especially for astronomical observatories with gravitational waves capability.

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The AURIGA Detector
Ultracryogenic gravitational wave detector experiment at Legnaro National Laboratories, Italy.
Australian International Gravitational Research Centre
Research, public outreach, documents, logs, and information.
Center for Gravitational Wave Physics
People, visitors, research, outreach, this week, events, news, and links.
ESA - Space Science
Contents, space science, multimedia, media centre, resources, missions, and services.
GEO 600
Project aiming at the direct detection of gravitational waves by means of a laser interferometer of 600 m armlength.
Gravity Discovery Centre
International gravitational observatory at the Gravity Discovery Centre in Western Australia. Gravity wave research. Interactive physics, cosmology and environmental displays.
Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory
Dedicated to the detection of cosmic gravitational waves and the harnessing of these waves for scientific research.
LIGO Hanford Observatory
Overview, science, news, events, star parties, teacher's corner, field trips, information, and directions
LIGO Livingston
General public, staff and collaborators, installation, teacher resources, and index.
Rome 1 Group of the ROG Collaboration
Information, antennas, papers, research fields of interest, data exchange, future projects, and related groups.
TAMA300
To develop advanced techniques needed for a future km-sized interferometer and catch gravitational waves that may occur by chance within our local group of galaxies.
Tsubono Group
The group, data archive, and links.
The Virgo Project
Collaboration between teams for the realization of an interferometric gravitational wave detector.
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August 11, 2015 at 3:02:57 UTC
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