JGR Data Archive
Japanese version is here.
This archive contains some gravitational-wave-detection
related documents and data in Japan.
(Please read this document, if you put your documents here.)
Documents and Data of TAMA Project
TAMA300 is an interferometric gravitational wave detector with 300-m baseline.
Those who are interested in TAMA300 and the TAMA project are recommended
to visit the homepage of TAMA300.
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[A figure which illustrates the organization of the TAMA project.]
[About recombine1 of TAMA300. Schedules and status.]
Prototype, All-Suspended Interferometers
Noise spectra etc.
[Noise spectrum, stack, suspension, and seismic motion.］
[Noise spectrum. Drift of the baseline.］
[Noise Spectrum. The movie of the move of the interferometer.］
Seismic Noise, Ground Motion, and
Internal Report of Tsubono-Group
Power-recycled Fabry-Perot Michelson Interferometer
Most of the "ingredients" of these archives are included in the links presented
(They are here only for the "compatibility
with the past" kind of reason.)
[Seismic motion at various places in Japan. Useful Programs for PC98.]
[Drawings of TAMA infrastructure.]
[The suspension and the stack of 20m Prototype. Seismic motion of Mitaka.
Seismic motion of Taiki-cho, Hokkaido.]