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Three-axis superconducting gravity gradiometer for sensitive gravity experiments
Superconducting differential accelerometers have been used to test Newton’s inverse square law and have been proposed for other sensitive experiments. These include searches for spin-mass coupling,Expand
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Superconducting tunable‐diaphragm transducer for sensitive acceleration measurements
A very sensitive resonant superconducting accelerometer has been developed as a component of a cryogenic gravitational‐radiation detector. The device consists of a superconducting test mass andExpand
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A Superconducting Gravity Gradiometer for inertial navigation
  • M. Moody, H. Paik
  • Engineering
  • PLANS . Position Location and Navigation…
  • 26 April 2004
A sensitive gravity gradiometer suitable for operation on an aircraft or ship is being constructed. The design is based on superconducting accelerometer technology developed at the University ofExpand
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Low-frequency terrestrial tensor gravitational-wave detector
Terrestrial gravitational-wave (GW) detectors are mostly based on Michelson-type laser interferometers with arm lengths of a few km and signal bandwidths of tens of Hz to a few kHz. Many conceivableExpand
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Mission concepts for the Superconducting Gravity Gradiometer
Abstract The Superconducting Gravity Gradiometer (SGG), which can measure gravitational field fluctuations to unprecedented precisions, is currently being evaluated for use in an Earth-orbitingExpand
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Global gravity survey by an orbiting gravity gradiometer
Three dedicated space missions proposed for the 1990s promise to provide data for recovering the Earth's gravity anomaly with unprecedented accuracy and resolution: the Geopotential Research MissionExpand
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SOGRO (Superconducting Omni-directional Gravitational Radiation Observatory)
Detection of gravitational waves (GWs) from merging binary black holes (BHs) by Advanced LIGO has ushered in the new era of GW astronomy. Many conceivable sources such as intermediate-mass BHExpand
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The next detectors for gravitational wave astronomy
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This paper focuses on the next detectors for gravitational wave astronomy which will be required after the current ground based detectors have completed their initial observations, and probably achieved the first direct detection of gravitational waves. Expand
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