Learn about what our motion with respect to the source of a cosmic gravitational wave background can tell us in today’s featured paper!
What if we could use continuous gravitational waves from far away pulsars to learn about the inside of our very own sun? The authors of today’s paper explore what it would take to make this far-out idea a reality.
From PTAs to ground-based gravitational wave interferometers, many exciting discoveries have been made in the field of gravitational wave astronomy. Today we have an overview of it for you in this guide!
Garbage [priors] in, garbage [posteriors] out: The importance of astrophysics in tests of general relativity
Before you fit your favourite models to some data, you should know something about your parameters beforehand! Find out why in today’s article
Post-detection of a gravitational wave background, pulsar timing arrays could detect individual sources of gravitational waves, called Continuous Waves. Let’s find out what properties we expect them to have!
The upcoming LISA mission promises to detect many gravitational wave events, but can it attribute any of them to a host galaxy? Let’s find out!