Mátrai Gravitációs és Geo fi zikai Laboratórium első mérései és mérési programja

G.G. Barnaföldi , T. Bulik , M. Cieslar , Tomasz Starecki , Mariusz Jarosław Suchenek


Matra Gravitational and Geophysical Laboratory (MGGL) has been established near Gyöngyösoroszi, Hungary in 2015, in the cavern system of an unused ore mine. The Laboratory is located at 88 m below the surface, with the aim to measure and analyse the advantages of the underground installation of third generation gravitational wave detectors. Specialized instruments have been installed to measure seismic, infrasound, electromagnetic noise, and the variation of the cosmic muon flux. In the preliminary (RUN-0) test period, March–August 2016, data collection has been accomplished. In this paper we describe the research potential of the MGGL, list the installed equipments and summarize the experimental results of RUN-0. A novel theoretical framework of noise damping in rock masses is also introduced. Here we report RUN-0 data, that prepares systematic and synchronized data collection of the next run period.
Author G.G. Barnaföldi - [Wigner Research Centre for Physics]
G.G. Barnaföldi,,
, T. Bulik - [University of Warsaw (UW)]
T. Bulik,,
- Uniwersytet Warszawski
, M. Cieslar - [University of Warsaw (UW)]
M. Cieslar,,
- Uniwersytet Warszawski
, Tomasz Starecki (FEIT / PE)
Tomasz Starecki,,
- The Institute of Electronic Systems
, Mariusz Jarosław Suchenek (FEIT / PE)
Mariusz Jarosław Suchenek,,
- The Institute of Electronic Systems
Total number of authors30
Other language title versions First report of long-term measurements of the MGGL Laboratory in the Mátra mountain range
Journal seriesMagyar geofizika, ISSN 0025-0120
Issue year2016
Publication size in sheets0.85
ASJC Classification1907 Geology; 1908 Geophysics
Languagehu węgierski
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Ministerial score (2013-2016) = 5.0, 29-01-2020, ArticleFromJournal
Publication indicators Scopus Citations = 0; Scopus SNIP (Source Normalised Impact per Paper): 2016 = 0.725
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