KAGRA


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KAGRAKamioka Gravitational Wave Detector (physics; University of Tokyo; Tokyo, Japan)
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In this article, first we present a mini review of signal detection under Gaussian noise, and then introduce two methods toward detection of gravitational waves under non-Gaussian noises to prepare for the forthcoming KAGRA. So far several papers have been written to deal with non-Gaussian noises for GW observations.
In the present paper, we have considered ways to handle with non-Gaussian natures of detector noises for the detection of gravitational waves with the forthcoming KAGRA or other large-scale laser interferometers.
By pursuing various analysis methods we shall prepare for the completion of KAGRA detector toward the first direct detection of gravitational waves.
(2012 Construction of KAGRA, the large-scale cryogenic gravitational wave telescope, Begins.
(2014 Excavation of the tunnel for KAGRA gravitational wave telescope is now complete.
Together with expanding its research in the fields of astrophysics and particle physics, ICRR plans to move forward on new experimental projects, such as the KAGRA project, which aims to detect the gravitational wave for the first time in history, and the ground-based gamma ray observatory, CTA(7), which is designed to help understand galactic and extragalactic very-high energy gamma-ray sources.
(4) KAGRA Project:The Large-Scale Cryogenic Gravitational Wave Telescope.
According to private TV channel, security forces during operation against illegal arms arrested 85 people and imprisoned them in police Station Kagra. However, later people from Shuttle Bandi protested against the operation while local tribesmen and MNA from Buner discussed on the matter with the administration and demanded for the release of arrested people.
The security forces in Buner advancing towards Shalbandi and Dewana Baba and taken complete control over Kagra and Kaliyani and 7 militants were killed in the actions carried out by security forces.