LIGO-Virgo Finds Mystery Object in "Mass Gap"
News Release • June 23, 2020
LIGO and Virgo report the observation of a merger involving a black hole of 23 solar masses and a compact object of 2.6 solar masses, detected during LIGO’s and Virgo’s 3rd observing run on August 14, 2019. The merger resulted in a final black hole of about 25 solar masses, located about 800 million light-years from Earth.
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On April 12, 2019, LIGO and Virgo observed gravitational waves produced by the inspiral and merger of two black holes of unequal masses, an event dubbed GW190412.
News Release • January 6, 2020
LIGO and VIrgo detect another binary neutron star collision, dubbed GW190425.
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Feature Story • July 1, 2020
For the first time, a team led by researchers at LIGO MIT has measured the effects of quantum fluctuations on an object at the human scale.
News Release • June 5, 2020
LIGO Suspends Third Observing Run (O3)
News Release • March 26, 2020
LIGO Laboratory’s Response to COVID-19
News Release • March 19, 2020
News Release • March 3, 2020
News Release • December 11, 2019
- GW190814: mystery object in mass gap
- 1st BNS GW observation, EM counterparts
- 2017 Nobel Prize
- GW150914 • 1st direct GW observation
- GW150914 Detection Portal
- LIGO Scientific Collaboration
- LIGO Open Science Center
- What are gravitational waves?
- Why are we looking for them?
- LIGO's impact
- Public alerts of candidate events