Corpus ID: 207880878

ESA Voyage 2050 white paper -- GrailQuest: hunting for Atoms of Space and Time hidden in the wrinkle of Space-Time

@article{Burderi2019ESAV2,
  title={ESA Voyage 2050 white paper -- GrailQuest: hunting for Atoms of Space and Time hidden in the wrinkle of Space-Time},
  author={Luciano Burderi and Antonella Sanna and Tiziana di Salvo and Lorenzo Amati and Giovanni Amelino-Camelia and Marica Branchesi and Salvatore Capozziello and Eugenio Coccia and Monica Colpi and E. Costa and Paolo de Bernardis and M. De Laurentis and Massimo della Valle and Heino Falcke and Marco Feroci and Fabrizio Fiore and Filippo Frontera and Angelo Francesco Gambino and Gabriele Ghisellini and K. Hurley and Rosario Iaria and D. Kataria and Claudio Labanti and Guido Lodato and B. Negri and Alessandro Papitto and T Piran and Alessandro Riggio and Cinzia Rovelli and Andrea Santangelo and Francesca Vidotto and Silvia Zane},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
  • Luciano Burderi, Antonella Sanna, +29 authors Silvia Zane
  • Published 2019
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics
  • GrailQuest (Gamma-ray Astronomy International Laboratory for Quantum Exploration of Space-Time) is an ambitious astrophysical mission concept that uses a fleet of small satellites, whose scientific objectives are discussed below. Within Quantum Gravity theories, different models for space-time quantisation predict an energy dependent speed for photons. Although the predicted discrepancies are minuscule, Gamma-Ray Bursts, occurring at cosmological distances, could be used to detect this… CONTINUE READING