LIGO's data shows the "chirp" sound produced as the two neutron stars inspiral.
3 observatories detect the gravitational wave
Sky locations of known gravitational waves.
Installation of Advanced LIGO upgrades.
Forecasting LIGO Detections in the Three-Detector Era
The data LIGO saw that indicated there was a gravitational wave.
Reconstructions of the three confident and one candidate gravitational wave signals detected by LIGO to date, including the most recent one.
LIGO Lab • Collage
The approximate location of the gravitational-wave event detected on December 26, 2015 by LIGO is shown on this sky map of the southern hemisphere.
LIGO Lab • Chart
An image showing black holes with known masses.
LIGO Lab • Artwork
An illustration showing the merger of two black holes and the gravitational waves that ripple outward as the black holes spiral toward each other.