Gravitational Wave/ISIS Research Group Meeting: Open questions in signal analysis for gravitational astronomy

ISIS-OG GdR meeting: open questions in signal analysis for gravitational astronomy The first observations of advanced LIGO and Virgo mark the advent of a new gravitational astronomy, with great potential for discovery in many fields from fundamental physics to astronomy and cosmology. This will be developed in the coming years during future and longer-term data collection using new ground-based instruments, […]

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Planck : the final mission data strongly support the standard cosmological model

In 2013, ESA’s Planck mission unveiled a new image of the cosmos: the capture of microwave radiation generated at the beginning of the universe over the entire sky. This first light emitted by the universe offers a multitude of information on its content, its rate of expansion, and the primordial lumps, precursors of galaxies. The Planck consortium is publishing the […]

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“How does the sun work?” by Allan-Sacha Brun

  For the documentary Science Grand Format on the sun, Allan-Sacha Brun was interviewed on RFI in the French program “Autour de la question” to answer many questions: How does the sun work? Our star that has shone for 4.5 billion years Should we fear its eruptions? What are these cycles? When will he disappear? Why turn around the sun? […]

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Week of the French Astrophysic

The Gravitational Waves Research Group organizes a workshop at the SF2A Days on July 3-6 in Bordeaux: http://www.sf2a.eu/ (workshop S03, Tuesday July 3). It is possible to present oral contributions and posters. The invited seminars are: Ultra-dense matter in neutron stars: existing constraints and prospects, Micaela Oertel Searching for supermassive black holes through low frequency gravitational emission, Stas Babak Towards […]

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