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Status of the GEO600 detector

Lück, H., Hewitson, M., Ajith, P., Allen, B., Aufmuth, P., Aulbert, C., Babak, S., Balasubramanian, Ramachandran, Barr, B. W., Berukoff, S., Bunkowski, A., Cagnoli, G., Cantley, C. A., Casey, M. M., Chelkowski, S., Chen, Y., Churches, David K., Cokelaer, Thomas, Colacino, C. N., Crooks, D. R. M., Cutler, C., Danzmann, K., Dupuis, R. J., Elliffe, E., Fallnich, C., Franzen, A., Freise, A., Gholami, I., Goßler, S., Grant, A., Grote, H., Grunewald, S., Harms, J., Hage, B., Heinzel, G., Heng, I. S., Hepstonstall, A., Heurs, M., Hild, S., Hough, J., Itoh, Y., Jones, Gareth, Jones, R., Huttner, S. H., Kötter, K., Krishnan, B., Kwee, P., Luna, M., Machenschalk, B., Malec, M., Mercer, R. A., Meier, T., Messenger, C., Mohanty, S., Mossavi, K., Mukherjee, S., Murray, P., Newton, G. P., Papa, M. A., Perreur-Lloyd, M., Pitkin, M., Plissi, M. V., Prix, R., Quetschke, V., Re, V., Regimbau, Tania, Rehbein, H., Reid, S., Ribichini, L., Robertson, D. I., Robertson, N. A., Robinson, C., Romano, Joseph David, Rowan, S., Rüdiger, A., Sathyaprakash, Bangalore Suryanarayana, Schilling, R., Schnabel, R., Schutz, Bernard Frederick, Seifert, F., Sintes, A. M., Smith, J. R., Sneddon, P. H., Strain, K. A., Taylor, I., Taylor, R., Thüring, A., Ungarelli, C., Vahlbruch, H., Vecchio, A., Veitch, J., Ward, H., Weiland, U., Welling, H., Wen, L., Williams, P., Willke, B., Winkler, W., Woan, G. and Zhu, R. 2006. Status of the GEO600 detector. Classical and Quantum Gravity 23 (8) , S71-S78. 10.1088/0264-9381/23/8/S10

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Abstract

Of all the large interferometric gravitational-wave detectors, the German/British project GEO600 is the only one which uses dual recycling. During the four weeks of the international S4 data-taking run it reached an instrumental duty cycle of 97% with a peak sensitivity of 7 × 10−22 Hz−1/2 at 1 kHz. This paper describes the status during S4 and improvements thereafter

Item Type: Article
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Physics and Astronomy
Subjects: Q Science > QB Astronomy
Publisher: IOP Publishing
ISSN: 0264-9381
Last Modified: 12 Mar 2020 13:40
URI: http://orca.cf.ac.uk/id/eprint/45209

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