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Ground Based Gravitational Wave Astronomy in the Asian Region

@article{Adya2020GroundBG,
  title={Ground Based Gravitational Wave Astronomy in the Asian Region},
  author={V B Adya and Matthew Bailes and Carl Blair and David G Blair and Jan Eichholz and Joris van Heijningen and E J Howell and Li Ju and Paul D. Lasky and Andrew Melatos and David J. Ottaway and Chunnong Zhao},
  journal={arXiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology},
  year={2020}
}
The current gravitational wave detectors have identified a surprising population of heavy stellar mass black holes, and an even larger population of coalescing neutron stars. The first observations have led to many dramatic discoveries and the confirmation of general relativity in very strong gravitational fields. The future of gravitational wave astronomy looks bright, especially if additional detectors with greater sensitivity, broader bandwidth, and better global coverage can be implemented… 

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