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a 2nd generation gravtita-tional wave detector with 4km arm
length situated in Pisa, Italy. The design we developed obtained the
project funding in 2009.
Einstein Telescope (ET) is
a design study for a European 3rd generation gravitational
wave observatory. ET will be made of three 10km underground
interferometers with an anticipated budget of about 1 billion Euros.
document describes a strawman design of an advanced LIGO upgrade that
can potentially increase the binary neutron star inspiral range to more
than 600 Mpc and therefore increase the event rate by about a factor
This article was selected by the CQG Editorial Board for the 2008-2009 CQG Highlights.
This article was selected by the CQG Editorial Board for the 2009-2010 CQG Highlights.
This article was selected by the CQG Editorial Board for the 2007-2008 CQG Highlights.