LIGO Caltech
Advanced LIGO
LIGO Scientific Collaboration


LIGO Hanford
LIGO Livingston


Catching Einstein's Waves Technology Review,  May/June 2008
Advanced LIGO Project Funded by National Science Foundation  Caltech Media Relations, April 1, 2008
Gravitational wave detectors to get major upgrade  New Scientist Space,  April 2, 2008
Mountains' on stars could trigger gravitational waves  New Scientist Space,  March 31, 2008
Advanced LIGO Project Funded by National Science Foundation,  Department of Physics, University of MarylandApril 7, 2008
LIGO project sheds light on cosmic event with help from UWM,   LIGO Scientific Collaboration Research Group January 2 2008


LIGO Observations Probe the Dynamics of the Crab Pulsar
LIGO Sheds Light on Cosmic Event
LIGO: A New Window on the Universe
Rita Colwell, NSF
Gravity - Studying the Fabric of the Universe
Barry Barish, CIT
The LIGO Interferometers - How They Work and How Well They Work
Rainer Weiss, MIT
First Searches with the LIGO Interferometers - Preliminary Results from Science Run IAlbert Lazzarini, CIT
The Future - How to Make a Next Generation LIGO
David Shoemaker, MIT
Honouring Roy Kerr: Maurice Van Putten, video (August 2004)
MIT LIGO: Many Gamma-Ray Bursts Undetected (August 2003)
Einstein's Gravitational Waves May Set Speed Limit for Pulsar Spin (July 2003)
Science Begins for LIGO in Quest to Detect Gravitational Waves, Caltech press release (April 2003)
Catching the Waves With LIGO, Watson lecture by B. Barish (March 2003)
Probing the Universe for Gravity Waves: A First Look at LIGO(February 2003)
LIGO-TAMA Joint Data Analysis Agreement (December 2002)
Barry Barish nominated to National Science Board (October 2002)
The S2 Science Run Schedule(October 2002)
LIGO, other GW projects featured in CERN Courier (September 2002)
LIGO featured on National Public Radio and in Newsday (September 2002)
Video of Eric Adelberger's public lecture at LSC Meeting "How Many Space Dimensions Does the Universe Have?" (August 2002)
Kip Thorne, LIGO featured in Los Angeles Times (August 2002)
Success at the E7 Run(February 2002)
Hanford Earthquake (February 2001)
First Lock (October 2000)
LIGO featured in new book Einstein's Unfinished Symphonyby Marcia Bartusiak
LIGO featured in the October 2000 issues of Sky& Telescope and Astronomy magazines