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Nature (London), ISSN 1476-4687, 2017, Volume 551, Issue 7678, pp. 67 - 70
...: a short burst of gamma-rays, a gravitational-wave signal, and a transient optical-near-infrared source powered by the synthesis of large amounts of very heavy elements via rapid neutron capture (the r-process)(1-3... 
MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | BURSTS | Observations | Neutron stars | Stellar winds | Heavy elements | Red shift | Galaxies | Gravitational waves | Ejecta | Platinum | Lanthanides | Spectrum analysis | Optical communication | Opacity | Nuclear capture | Gravity | Celestial bodies | Gold | Light speed | Ground-based observation | I.R. radiation | Gamma ray bursts | Physical properties | Velocity | Gamma rays | Observatories | Infrared sources (astronomy) | Line spectra | Ejection | Physics - High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena
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International journal of modern physics. D, Gravitation, astrophysics, cosmology, ISSN 1793-6594, 2018, Volume 27, Issue 13, p. 1842004
Growing evidence connects the progenitor systems of the short-hard subclass of gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) to the merger of compact object binaries composed of two... 
Gamma-ray bursts | neutron stars | ELECTROMAGNETIC COUNTERPART | SHORT GRBS | GRAVITATIONAL-WAVE EVENT | MULTI-MESSENGER OBSERVATIONS | LIGHT CURVES | NEUTRON-STAR MERGERS | BINARY MERGER | BLACK-HOLES | EXTENDED EMISSION | MAGNETAR CENTRAL ENGINES | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | Gamma rays
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by in ’t Zand, Jean J. M and Bozzo, Enrico and Qu, JinLu and Li, Xiang-Dong and Amati, Lorenzo and Chen, Yang and Donnarumma, Immacolata and Doroshenko, Victor and Drake, Stephen A and Hernanz, Margarita and Jenke, Peter A and Maccarone, Thomas J and Mahmoodifar, Simin and de Martino, Domitilla and De Rosa, Alessandra and Rossi, Elena M and Rowlinson, Antonia and Sala, Gloria and Stratta, Giulia and Tauris, Thomas M and Wilms, Joern and Wu, XueFeng and Zhou, Ping and Agudo, Iván and Altamirano, Diego and Atteia, Jean-Luc and Andersson, Nils A and Baglio, M. Cristina and Ballantyne, David R and Baykal, Altan and Behar, Ehud and Belloni, Tomaso and Bhattacharyya, Sudip and Bianchi, Stefano and Bilous, Anna and Blay, Pere and Braga, João and Brandt, Søren and Brown, Edward F and Bucciantini, Niccolò and Burderi, Luciano and Cackett, Edward M and Campana, Riccardo and Campana, Sergio and Casella, Piergiorgio and Cavecchi, Yuri and Chambers, Frank and Chen, Liang and Chen, Yu-Peng and Chenevez, Jérôme and Chernyakova, Maria and Jin, ChiChuan and Ciolfi, Riccardo and Costantini, Elisa and Cumming, Andrew and D’Aì, Antonino and Dai, Zi-Gao and D’Ammando, Filippo and De Pasquale, Massimiliano and Degenaar, Nathalie and Del Santo, Melania and D’Elia, Valerio and Di Salvo, Tiziana and Doyle, Gerry and Falanga, Maurizio and Fan, XiLong and Ferdman, Robert D and Feroci, Marco and Fraschetti, Federico and Galloway, Duncan K and Gambino, Angelo F and Gandhi, Poshak and Ge, MingYu and Gendre, Bruce and Gill, Ramandeep and Götz, Diego and Gouiffès, Christian and Grandi, Paola and Granot, Jonathan and Güdel, Manuel and Heger, Alexander and Heinke, Craig O and Homan, Jeroen and Iaria, Rosario and Iwasawa, Kazushi and Izzo, Luca and Ji, Long and Jonker, Peter G and José, Jordi and Kaastra, Jelle S and Kalemci, Emrah and Kargaltsev, Oleg and Kawai, Nobuyuki and Keek, Laurens and Komossa, Stefanie and Kreykenbohm, Ingo and Kuiper, Lucien and Kunneriath, Devaky and Li, Gang and Liang, En-Wei and ...
Science China. Physics, mechanics & astronomy, ISSN 1869-1927, 2018, Volume 62, Issue 2, pp. 1 - 42
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Physical Review D, ISSN 2470-0010, 2017, Volume 95, Issue 6
Merging binary neutron stars (BNSs) represent the ultimate targets for multimessenger astronomy, being among the most promising sources of gravitationalwaves... 
DYNAMICAL MASS EJECTION | ACCRETING BLACK-HOLES | EQUATION-OF-STATE | MAGNETIC-FIELDS | GRAVITATIONAL-WAVES | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | ELECTROMAGNETIC EMISSION | LIGHT CURVES | NUCLEOSYNTHESIS | NUCLEAR-EQUATION | GAMMA-RAY BURSTS | PHYSICS, PARTICLES & FIELDS
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International journal of modern physics. A, Particles and fields, gravitation, cosmology, ISSN 0217-751X, 2017, Volume 32, Issue 28n29, pp. 1 - 11
Advanced Virgo is the French–Italian second generation laser gravitational wave detector, successor of the Initial Virgo. This new interferometer keeps only... 
Featured Topic: Gravitational Waves | Gravitational wave | Virgo | laser interferometer | PHYSICS, NUCLEAR | PHYSICS, PARTICLES & FIELDS | Detectors
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by Acernese, F and Agathos, M and Aiello, L and Allocca, A and Amato, A and Ansoldi, S and Antier, S and Arène, M and Arnaud, N and Ascenzi, S and Astone, P and Aubin, F and Babak, S and Bacon, P and Badaracco, F and Bader, M. K. M and Baird, J and Baldaccini, F and Ballardin, G and Baltus, G and Barbieri, C and Barneo, P and Barone, F and Barsuglia, M and Barta, D and Basti, A and Bawaj, M and Bazzan, M and Bejger, M and Belahcene, I and Bernuzzi, S and Bersanetti, D and Bertolini, A and Bischi, M and Bitossi, M and Bizouard, M. A and Bobba, F and Boer, M and Bogaert, G and Bondu, F and Bonnand, R and Boom, B. A and Boschi, V and Bouffanais, Y and Bozzi, A and Bradaschia, C and Branchesi, M and Breschi, M and Briant, T and Brighenti, F and Brillet, A and Brooks, J and Bruno, G and Bulik, T and Bulten, H. J and Buskulic, D and Cagnoli, G and Calloni, E and Canepa, M and Carapella, G and Carbognani, F and Carullo, G and Casanueva Diaz, J and Casentini, C and Castañeda, J and Caudill, S and Cavalier, F and Cavalieri, R and Cella, G and Cerdá-Durán, P and Cesarini, E and Chaibi, O and Chassande-Mottin, E and Chiadini, F and Chierici, R and Chincarini, A and Chiummo, A and Christensen, N and Chua, S and Ciani, G and Ciecielag, P and Cieślar, M and Ciolfi, R and Cipriano, F and Cirone, A and Clesse, S and Cleva, F and Coccia, E and Cohadon, P.-F and Cohen, D and Colpi, M and Conti, L and Cordero-Carrión, I and Corezzi, S and Corre, D and Cortese, S and Coulon, J.-P and Croquette, M and Cudell, J.-R and Cuoco, E and ... and Virgo Collaboration
Physical review letters, ISSN 1079-7114, 2019, Volume 123, Issue 23, p. 231108
Current interferometric gravitational-wave detectors are limited by quantum noise over a wide range of their measurement bandwidth. One method to overcome the... 
WAVE | NOISE | PHYSICS, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | Noise levels | Gravitation | Noise sensitivity | Neutron stars | Compressing | Noise | Gravitational waves | Binary stars | Sensitivity enhancement | Shot noise
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by Acernese, F and Adams, T and Agatsuma, K and Aiello, L and Allocca, A and Aloy, M A and Amato, A and Antier, S and Arène, M and Arnaud, N and Ascenzi, S and Astone, P and Aubin, F and Babak, S and Bacon, P and Badaracco, F and Bader, M K M and Baldaccini, F and Ballardin, G and Barone, F and Barsuglia, M and Barta, D and Basti, A and Bawaj, M and Bazzan, M and Bejger, M and Belahcene, I and Bernuzzi, S and Bersanetti, D and Bertolini, A and Bitossi, M and Bizouard, M A and Bloemen, S and Boer, M and Bogaert, G and Bondu, F and Bonnand, R and Boom, B A and Boschi, V and Bouffanais, Y and Bozzi, A and Bradaschia, C and Branchesi, M and Briant, T and Brighenti, F and Brillet, A and Brisson, V and Bulik, T and Bulten, H J and Buskulic, D and Buy, C and Cagnoli, G and Calloni, E and Canepa, M and Canizares, P and Capocasa, E and Carbognani, F and Casanueva Diaz, J and Casentini, C and Caudill, S and Cavalier, F and Cavalieri, R and Cella, G and Cerdá-Durán, P and Cerretani, G and Cesarini, E and Chaibi, O and Chassande-Mottin, E and Chincarini, A and Chiummo, A and Christensen, N and Chua, S and Ciani, G and Ciolfi, R and Cipriano, F and Cirone, A and Cleva, F and Coccia, E and Cohadon, P-F and Cohen, D and Colla, A and Conti, L and Cordero-Carrión, I and Cortese, S and Coulon, J-P and Cuoco, E and D’Antonio, S and Dattilo, V and Davier, M and De Rossi, C and Degallaix, J and De Laurentis, M and Deléglise, S and Del Pozzo, W and De Pietri, R and De Rosa, R and Di Fiore, L and Di Giovanni, M and Di Girolamo, T and Di Lieto, A and ... and Virgo Collaboration
Classical and quantum gravity, ISSN 1361-6382, 2018, Volume 35, Issue 20, pp. 205004 - 18
In August 2017, advanced Virgo joined advanced LIGO for the end of the O2 run, leading to the first gravitational waves detections with the three-detector... 
gravitational wave | reconstruction | Virgo | O2 observation run | calibration | photon calibrator | PHYSICS, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | PHYSICS, PARTICLES & FIELDS
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Science China. Physics, mechanics & astronomy, ISSN 1674-7348, 2019, Volume 62, Issue 2, pp. 1 - 29
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Advances in space research, ISSN 0273-1177, 2018, Volume 62, Issue 3, pp. 662 - 682
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