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Improving the detectability of gravitational wave counterparts of short hard gamma ray bursts
With multiple observatories and missions being planned for detecting orphaned afterglows associated with gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) we emphasize the importance of developing data analysis strategies for searching their possible ...
Neutrinos in Mergers of Neutron Stars with Black Holes
Mergers of a neutron star and a black hole are interesting because of the dual complexity of the black hole's strong gravity and the neutron star's nuclear-density fluid. Mergers can yield short-lived nuclear accretion ...
SEARCHING FOR GRAVITATIONAL-WAVES FROM COMPACT BINARY COALESCENCES WHILE DEALING WITH CHALLENGES OF REAL DATA AND SIMULATED WAVEFORMS
Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity predicts the existence of gravitational waves (GWs). Direct detection of GWs will provide enormous amount of new information about physics, astronomy and cosmology. Scientists ...