A ug 2 00 9 Triangulation of gravitational wave sources with a network of detectors

@inproceedings{Fairhurst2009AU2,
  title={A ug 2 00 9 Triangulation of gravitational wave sources with a network of detectors},
  author={Stephen Fairhurst},
  year={2009}
}
There is significant benefit to be gained by pursuing multimessenger astronomy with gravitational wave and electromagnetic observations. In order to undertake electromagnetic follow-ups of gravitational wave signals, it will be necessary to accurately localize them in the sky. As gravitational wave detectors are not inherently pointing instruments, localization will occur primarily through triangulation with a network of detectors. The expected timing accuracy for observed signals and the… CONTINUE READING

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