For a long time, the cornavirus pandemic did not allow our scientists to work in the field.But now this opportunity is back again.
On 12-19 September, Dr Mariusz Suchenek and Dr Josiah Ensing visited Sardinia iland. Their scientific trip was in connection with the Einstein Telescope project, a third-generation European observatory for studying gravitational waves, which will help greatly expand our knowledge of the universe.
AstroCeNT contributes to the seismological campaign site characterization in two locations close to SAR-GRAV underground laboratory.
During this short visit our researchers installed a Trylium wideband seismometer and 2.5 Hz geophones. Scientists from the GSSI – Soumen Koley, Tomislav Andric, and Matteo Di Giovanni – also take part in the project.
The trip to Sardinia was financed from the DarkWave project.