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LIGO Project: India's Leap Into The Cosmos

  • Posted on April 8, 2023
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India's Scientific Frontier Takes a Giant Leap with LIGO Project Approval


India is about to launch into the cosmos with the construction of its biggest scientific facility yet - the LIGO project. After seven long years of anticipation and various setbacks, the government has finally given the green light for the construction of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, or LIGO for short.


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LIGO Project

India Joins Global Efforts to Study Gravitational Waves with LIGO Project


LIGO, one of many labs worldwide, is specifically created to identify gravitational waves - the distortions in space and time that result from the movements of massive celestial objects. 


The discovery of these waves has been a long-standing mystery in the scientific community, and their first detection in 2015 by LIGO in the United States earned a Nobel Prize in Physics.


Now, India is set to join the search with its own LIGO facility, located in Maharashtra's Hingoli district. With a whopping budget of Rs 2,600 crore, LIGO-India will become the fifth node of the global network, joining the United States, Europe, and Japan.


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LIGO Project

India's Quantum Leap into the Cosmos: LIGO-India Set to Revolutionize Science and Technology



But LIGO-India is more than just a research project - it's a unique platform that will bring together the cutting-edge fields of quantum and cosmos, revolutionizing Indian science and technology in several fields. And with the scientific runs set to begin in 2030, the world Will be watching with bated breath to see what discoveries LIGO-India will uncover. Get ready to blast off into the unknown with India's most ambitious scientific project yet!


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