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G. Pizzella, Search for gravitational waves, Proceedings of the 6th School on Non Accelerator Astroparticle Physics, ICTP, Trieste, 9–20 July 2001, World Scientific. C. Barish, Gravitational Waves, Proceedings of the NATO ARW “Cosmic radiations: from Astronomy to Particle Physics”, Oujda, Morocco, 21–23 March 2001, Kluwer Academic Publishers (2001). P. , Class. Quantum Grav. 19 (2002) 5449. O. D. , Class. Quantum Grav. 19 (2002) 1949. 3] 50 Appendix A1 A list of astroparticle physics experiments follows.
The two lines developed until now are resonating metallic bars at very low temperatures and two-arms laser interferometric systems. A major program is underway for both types of detectors, with the purpose to detect gravitational star collapses up to the Virgo cluster. The major difficulties arise from every type of noise, each of which should be carefully minimized. There are at present five cryogenic resonant bars in operation: ALLEGRO, AURIGA, EXPLORER, NAUTILUS and NIOBE. They have roughly the same experimental sensitivity, h ∼ 10−22 at their resonant frequency.
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Astroparticle Physics [lg article] by G. Giacomelli