Gravitational Telescope

The Global Seismic Antenna (GSA) detects deformations of the Earth of a specific sort, such as those induced by gravitational waves. GSA components are arbitrary “quiet” seismic stations with a GSA aperture of at least 10.000 km. Pulsars are a natural source of gravitational waves that occur on a daily basis (GW-waves). The Earth’s deformations were observed by GSA, with an amplitude of 2.510-15m. These deformations (strain) of the order h10-21 were discovered. The identification false alarm rate is virtually zero, equating to a significance of 12.8 sigma. The most suitable source of observed Earth deformations is Pulsar J0945-4833.

Author (s) Details

Alexander V. Lukanenkov
Lomonosov Moscow State University Central Physics and Technology Institute of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation(CIPT) Scientific Research Institute of Pulse Technology(RIPT), Moscow, Russia.

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