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The response of laser interferometers to a gravitational wave
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Configuration of a simple Michelson interferometer. The light from the laser source enters from the left, is incident on the beam splitter, and is directed to the two arms. Light returning from the arms is combined at the beam splitter and travels either to the observer or back toward the source depending on the relative phase of the returning beams.

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