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Title: Low temperature gravitational radiation antenna. A progress report

Abstract

Low-temperature antennae for gravitational waves detection are being developed at Stanford, Baton Rouge and Rome. Their general features are similar and are described here, together with the design of a new deformation detector under development in Rome. The general situation of the Rome project is reported, with results on the magnetic suspension system. In the last section the minimum gravitational wave flux detectable in our particular apparatus is discussed. (FR)

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Research Org.:
Originating Research Org. not identified
OSTI Identifier:
4116257
NSA Number:
NSA-33-012872
Resource Type:
Conference
Resource Relation:
Conference: International colloquium on gravitational waves and radiations, Paris, France, 18 Jun 1973; Other Information: Orig. Receipt Date: 30-JUN-76; Related Information: Ondes et radiations gravitationnelles. Colloques internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
Country of Publication:
France
Language:
English
Subject:
N56600* -Physics (Astrophysics & Cosmology)-Cosmology; 640106* -Physics Research-Astrophysics & Cosmology- Cosmology; *GRAVITATIONAL WAVE DETECTORS; *GRAVITATIONAL WAVES- RADIATION DETECTION; ANTENNAS; DESIGN; ULTRALOW TEMPERATURE; VERY LOW TEMPERATURE

Citation Formats

Carelli, P, Cerdonio, M, Giovanardi, U, Lucano, G, and Modena, I. Low temperature gravitational radiation antenna. A progress report. France: N. p., 1974. Web.
Carelli, P, Cerdonio, M, Giovanardi, U, Lucano, G, & Modena, I. Low temperature gravitational radiation antenna. A progress report. France.
Carelli, P, Cerdonio, M, Giovanardi, U, Lucano, G, and Modena, I. 1974. "Low temperature gravitational radiation antenna. A progress report". France.
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abstractNote = {Low-temperature antennae for gravitational waves detection are being developed at Stanford, Baton Rouge and Rome. Their general features are similar and are described here, together with the design of a new deformation detector under development in Rome. The general situation of the Rome project is reported, with results on the magnetic suspension system. In the last section the minimum gravitational wave flux detectable in our particular apparatus is discussed. (FR)},
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place = {France},
year = {1974},
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