Search for gravitational-wave bursts from soft gamma repeaters.

@article{Abbott2008SearchFG,
  title={Search for gravitational-wave bursts from soft gamma repeaters.},
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Bullington and Alessandra Buonanno and Oliver Burmeister and Robert L. Byer and Laura Cadonati and Gianpietro Cagnoli and Jordan B. Camp and John K. Cannizzo and K. C. Cannon and J. Cao and L. Cardenas and Tamara L. Casebolt and Giuseppe Castaldi and Carlos Cepeda and E. Chalkley and P R Charlton and Shourov Chatterji and Simon Chelkowski and Y. R. Chen and Nelson Christensen and Donald E. Clark and J A Clark and Thomas Cokelaer and Roberto Conte and Deborah J. Cook and Thomas R. Corbitt and D. C. Coyne and Jolien D. E. Creighton and Andrew Cumming and L. Cunningham and Robert M. Cutler and J. Dalrymple and Karsten Danzmann and G. S. Cabourn Davies and Daniel B. DeBra and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Degallaix and Masters Degree and Vladimir Dergachev and Shantanu Desai and Riccardo DeSalvo and Sanjeev V. Dhurandhar and Mario C. D{\'i}az and Jeffrey Dickson and Alexander Dietz and Frederick J. Donovan and K L Dooley and E. E. Doomes and Ronald W. P. Drever and I. Duke and J-C. Dumas and R'ejean J. 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Wen and Karl Wette and John T. Whelan and S. E. Whitcomb and Bernard F Whiting and Clive R. Wilkinson and Phil A. Willems and H. R. Williams and L. Williams and Benno Willke and Ian Wilmut and Walter Winkler and Christopher C. Wipf and A. G. Wiseman and Graham Woan and R. Wooley and John R. Worden and W W Wu and Igor Yakushin and H. Yamamoto and Z. Yan and Sanichiro Yoshida and Michele Zanolin and J. Zhang and L. Zhang and C Zhao and Natalia V. Zotov and Michael Edward Zucker and J. G. Zweizig and Scott Douglas Barthelmy and N. C. Gehrels and Kevin Hurley and Dean L. Palmer},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2008},
  volume={101 21},
  pages={
          211102
        }
}
We present a LIGO search for short-duration gravitational waves (GWs) associated with soft gamma ray repeater (SGR) bursts. This is the first search sensitive to neutron star f modes, usually considered the most efficient GW emitting modes. We find no evidence of GWs associated with any SGR burst in a sample consisting of the 27 Dec. 2004 giant flare from SGR 1806-20 and 190 lesser events from SGR 1806-20 and SGR 1900+14. The unprecedented sensitivity of the detectors allows us to set the most… 
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