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Doing Science with eLISA: Astrophysics and Cosmology in the Millihertz Regime

@inproceedings{AmaroSeoane2012DoingSW,
  title={Doing Science with eLISA: Astrophysics and Cosmology in the Millihertz Regime},
  author={P. Amaro-Seoane and S. Aoudia and S. Babak and P. Bin'etruy and E. Berti and Alejandro Boh'e and C. Caprini and M. Colpi and N. Cornish and K. Danzmann and J. Dufaux and J. Gair and O. Jennrich and P. Jetzer and A. Klein and R. Lang and A. Lobo and T. Littenberg and S. Mcwilliams and G. Nelemans and A. Petiteau and E. Porter and B. Schutz and A. Sesana and R. Stebbins and T. Sumner and M. Vallisneri and S. Vitale and M. Volonteri and H. Ward},
  year={2012}
}
This document introduces the exciting and fundamentally new science and astronomy that the European New Gravitational Wave Observatory (NGO) mission (derived from the previous LISA proposal) will deliver. The mission (which we will refer to by its informal name eLISA ) will survey for the first time the low-frequency gravitational wave band (about 0.1 mHz to 1 Hz), with sufficient sensitivity to detect interesting individual astrophysical sources out to z = 15. The measurements described here… Expand
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