Students explain Gravitational Wave Astronomy to the Public

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In this video, student Sanjana Attanayeke from Hillwood College in Sri Lanka explains what Virgo is and showcases a virtual tour to the facilities. The video project was submitted upon her participation in the Virtual Visits to the Virgo interferometer: an international student engagement activity organized by the FRONTIERS team, in collaboration with EGO & the Virgo Collaboration and with the support of Reinforce EU project organized this Spring with great success!

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In this video, student Abeeha Hussain from the “School of Astronomy and Physics by Mirwat Uzair”, in Pakistan gives us an amazing crash course on Gravitational Waves. The video project was submitted upon her participation in the Virtual Visits to the Virgo interferometer: an international student engagement activity organized by the FRONTIERS team, in collaboration with EGO & the Virgo Collaboration and with the support of Reinforce EU project organized this Spring with great success!

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In this video, student Madeleine Heidenreich explains how Gravitational Waves are produced, how they are detected and what Virgo is. The video project was submitted upon her participation in the Virtual Visits to the Virgo interferometer: an international student engagement activity organized by the FRONTIERS team, in collaboration with EGO & the Virgo Collaboration and with the support of Reinforce EU project organized this Spring with great success!

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In this video, students Dritsas Aristotelis, Dretoulaki Haris, Zgampis Ilias, Asimomyti Zacharoula, Kylali Daniel and Avgousti Roberta from the 4th High School of Kallithea, Greece discuss Gravitational Waves and their detection. The video project was submitted upon her participation in the Virtual Visits to the Virgo interferometer: an international student engagement activity organized by the FRONTIERS team, in collaboration with EGO & the Virgo Collaboration and with the support of Reinforce EU project organized this Spring with great success!

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In this video, students : Trikka Kalliopi, Zisimou Olga, Andreakis Dimitrios, Boulakos Dimitrios, Bourgos Georgios, Chinoporos Athanasios, Granitsas Dimitrios, Kakouras Athanasios, Kamaretsos Ioannis, Liapi Vivianna, Mastrokostas Panagiotis, Mitsios Stefanos, Papanikolaou Georgios, Serianaj Maria, Steropoulou Natalia, Triantafyllopoulos Athanasios from the General High School of Karpenisi, Greece discuss Gravitational Waves and their detection. The video project was submitted upon her participation in the Virtual Visits to the Virgo interferometer: an international student engagement activity organized by the FRONTIERS team, in collaboration with EGO & the Virgo Collaboration and with the support of Reinforce EU project organized this Spring with great success!

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In this video, students Shanaz Sheriffdeen and Diyana Jayaweera from Hillwood College in Sri Lanka explain Gravitational Waves and what Virgo is. The video project was submitted upon her participation in the Virtual Visits to the Virgo interferometer: an international student engagement activity organized by the FRONTIERS team, in collaboration with EGO & the Virgo Collaboration and with the support of Reinforce EU project organized this Spring with great success!

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In this video, student Yumna Nafees from Hillwood College in Sri Lanka explain Gravitational Waves and what Virgo is. The video project was submitted upon her participation in the Virtual Visits to the Virgo interferometer: an international student engagement activity organized by the FRONTIERS team, in collaboration with EGO & the Virgo Collaboration and with the support of Reinforce EU project organized this Spring with great success!

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