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Astronomy

Kilometer-baseline optical intensity interferometry for stellar surface observations
By connecting telescopes electronically, rather than optically, atmospheric turbulence is avoided and microarcsecond resolutions may be achieved.
Displays with a very high pixel density over a large physical surface have applications in scientific data analysis and crisis management.
28 May 2016
A simple and robust core-pumped ytterbium-doped fiber amplifier enables efficient stimulated Brillouin scattering mitigation and excellent beam quality.
26 April 2016
LIGO test mass

The first detection of a gravitational wave depended on large surfaces with excellent flatness, combined with low microroughness and the ability to mitigate environmental noise.

15 April 2016
Micro-optoelectromechanical systems can enhance the functionality of next-generation spectrographic devices for space observations.
23 February 2016
LIGO detects gravitational waves

A hundred years after Einstein predicted them, gravitational waves from a cataclysmic event a billion years ago have been observed.

11 February 2016
 
LIGO Hanford scientists celebrate while looking ahead to future discoveries

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