IFAE 2007 pp 277-282 | Cite as

The Detection of Gravitational Waves

  • Giancarlo Cella
Conference paper


We give a short overview of the current status of gravitational waves’ detection. Special emphasis is given to the current network of earth bound interferometric detectors, and to the Virgo detector in particular.


Neutron Star Gravitational Wave Gravitational Radiation Expected Signal Einstein Telescope 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Giancarlo Cella
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  1. 1.I.N.F.N. sez.Pisa

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