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Upper limits on the isotropic gravitational radiation background from pulsar timing analysis
A pulsar and the Earth may be thought of as end masses of a free-mass gravitational wave antenna in which the relative motion of the masses is monitored by observing the Doppler shift of the pulseExpand
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Sensitivity curves for spaceborne gravitational wave interferometers
To determine whether particular sources of gravitational radiation will be detectable by a specific gravitational wave detector, it is necessary to know the sensitivity limits of the instrument.Expand
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A determination of the masses of Ceres, Pallas, and Vesta from their perturbations upon the orbit of Mars
Estimates have been made for the masses of the asteroids Ceres, Pallas, and Vesta by measuring their perturbations upon the orbit of Mars. The complete set of planetary ephemeris observational data,Expand
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Pulsar timing and general relativity
Techniques are described for accounting for relativistic effects in the analysis of pulsar signals. Design features of instrumentation used to achieve millisecond accuracy in the signal measurementsExpand
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Relativistic effects in astronomical timing measurements.
In this paper the relativistic transformations that are necessary to transform the results of earth-based astronomical timing observations from the terrestrial frame in which the observations areExpand
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The effects of orbital motion on LISA time delay interferometry
In an effort to eliminate laser phase noise in laser interferometer spaceborne gravitational wave detectors, several combinations of signals have been found that allow the laser noise to be cancelledExpand
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High-order pulsar timing for navigation
Proposed concepts of spacecraft navigation that utilize timing information from observational data of variable celestial sources, including pulsars, require appropriate inertial reference frames andExpand
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Vector-metric theory of gravity
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LATOR covariance analysis
We present results from a covariance study for the proposed laser astrometric test of relativity (LATOR) mission. This mission would send two laser-transmitter spacecraft behind the Sun and measureExpand
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Experimental test of the variability of G using Viking lander ranging data
Results are presented from the analysis of solar system astrometric data, notably the range data to the Viking landers on Mars. A least-squares fit of the parameters of the solar system model toExpand
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