(G.N.S) Dt. 11 Bengaluru India, which has begun the process of setting up advanced gravitational wave (GWs) detectors, will host the most advanced instruments, the first the world has seen so far, Kip Thorne Nobel Laureate and co-founder of Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) told to media on Wednesday. The country has already shortlisted three sites for the GWs detectors project. Two generations of instruments are being used by the
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