We report the result from a search for bursts of gravitational waves using data collected by the cryogenic resonant detectors EXPLORER and NAUTILUS during 2001 for a total measuring time of 90 days. With these data we repeated the coincidence search performed on the 1998 data (which showed a small coincidence excess) applying data analysis algorithms based on known physical characteristics of the detectors. With the 2001 data, a new interesting coincidence excess is found when the detectors are favourably oriented with respect to the galactic disc.

Study of the coincidences between the gravitational wave detectors EXPLORER and NAUTILUS in 2001

Coccia E;
2002

Abstract

We report the result from a search for bursts of gravitational waves using data collected by the cryogenic resonant detectors EXPLORER and NAUTILUS during 2001 for a total measuring time of 90 days. With these data we repeated the coincidence search performed on the 1998 data (which showed a small coincidence excess) applying data analysis algorithms based on known physical characteristics of the detectors. With the 2001 data, a new interesting coincidence excess is found when the detectors are favourably oriented with respect to the galactic disc.
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