2006 Supplement 1: WORKSHOP ON MULTIFREQUENCY BEHAVIOUR OF HIGH ENERGY COSMIC SOURCES: Frascati, 2005 / Murtas

Correlations between Coincidences of Gravitational Waves Nautilus and Explorer and X-ray Emission of 4U1820–30 and XTE J1550–564

G. P. Murtas, (on behalf ofthe ROG Collaboration)

Abstract


We have considered, in the past two years, coincidences between the gravitational wave detector NAUTILUS and EXPLORER in order to study fluxes of projectiles or Gravitational Waves, produced by a limited numbers of cosmic source. We use coincidences between the two distant detectors as a good tool in order to minimize local noise and we have chosen a coincidence time acceptance window of ±5 s against a ±0.5 s or less used until now, conscious that we are accepting coincidences accidental in this way. Results are shown.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1088/1009-9271/6/S1/06

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