[ExI] Virgo

John Clark johnkclark at gmail.com
Wed Aug 16 21:34:16 UTC 2017

The Virgo Gravity Wave detector in Italy came online last week, so with the
help of the 2 LIGO detectors we can now triangulate and pinpoint the source
of the waves and know where to point our optical and radio telescopes and
determine if they can spot anything. If the black holes are not primordial
they might see something, but if they are probably not. But colliding
Neutron stars should almost certainly make a flash of some sort, we haven't
detected gravitational from them yet but that's probably just a matter of

 John K Clark
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