Join a national collaboration of students to study LIGO seismic data.


Orbiting Black Holes Creating Gravitational Waves
Credit: Henze, NASA

LIGO seeks to detect gravitational waves from orbiting black holes, neutron stars and other sources.

Scientists must distinguish gravitational waves from "noise" caused by seismic waves passing through the ground underneath LIGO's detectors.

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