We can use forewarnings from future space-based detector LISA to improve LIGO detections.
Neutron star black hole mergers are an ideal way to measure the Hubble constant.
What happens as a small black hole spirals into a supermassive black hole?
Transient noise in the LIGO detector – called “glitches” – can contaminate gravitational wave signals. We need to know how to deal with them, particularly in the case when we don’t know what the signal will look like.
How do we identify whether gravitational waves are produced by triple systems?