Luck, H. et al. (2000) The status of GEO600. In: 3rd Eduardo Amaldi conference on gravitational waves, July 1999, Pasadena, CA.
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Publisher's URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1291849
GEO600, the German/British gravitational wave detector currently being built in northern Germany, used advanced optical technologies to obtain a sensitivity comparable with the other, bigger detectors currently being built. The installation of the ultra-high-vacuum system has almost been completed and the Mode Cleaners are operational.
|Item Type:||Conference Proceedings|
|Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:||Cagnoli, Dr Gianpietro and Rowan, Prof Sheila and Casey, Dr Morag and Robertson, Dr David and Plissi, Dr Michael and Hough, Prof James and Ward, Dr Henry and Newton, Dr Gavin and Torrie, Dr Calum and Skeldon, Dr Kenneth and Strain, Prof Kenneth and Sathyaprakash, Prof Bangalore|
|Authors:||Luck, H., Aufmuth, P., Brozek, O.S., Danzmann, K., Freise, A., Gossler, S., Grado, A., Grote, H., Mossavi, K., Quetschke, V., Willke, B., Kawabe, K., Rudiger, A., Schilling, R., Winkler, W., Zhao, C., Strain, K.A., Cagnoli, G., Casey, M., Hough, J., Husman, M., McNamara, P., Newton, G.P., Plissi, M.V., Robertson, N.A., Rowan, S., Robertson, D.I., Skeldon, K.D., Torrie, C.I., Ward, H., Schutz, B.F., Taylor, I., and Sathyaprakash, B.S.|
|Subjects:||Q Science > QC Physics|
|College/School:||College of Science and Engineering > School of Physics and Astronomy|
|Journal Name:||AIP Conference Proceedings|