Beyond LISA: Exploring future gravitational wave missions

  title={Beyond LISA: Exploring future gravitational wave missions},
  author={Jeff Crowder and Neil J. Cornish},
  journal={Physical Review D},
The Advanced Laser Interferometer Antenna (ALIA) and the Big Bang Observer (BBO) have been proposed as follow on missions to the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA). Here we study the capabilities of these observatories, and how they relate to the science goals of the missions. We find that the Advanced Laser Interferometer Antenna in Stereo (ALIAS), our proposed extension to the ALIA mission, will go considerably further toward meeting ALIA's main scientific goal of studying intermediate… 
ASTROD-GW: Overview and Progress
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Orbit optimization for ASTROD-GW and its time delay interferometry with two arms using CGC ephemeris
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Japanese space gravitational wave antenna DECIGO and DPF
  • M. Musha
  • Physics
    International Conference on Space Optics
  • 2017
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