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LISA Gravitational Wave Sources in A Time-Varying Galactic Stochastic Background

  title={LISA Gravitational Wave Sources in A Time-Varying Galactic Stochastic Background},
  author={Matthew C. Digman and Neil J. Cornish},
A unique challenge for data analysis with the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) is that the noise backgrounds from instrumental noise and astrophysical sources will change significantly over both the year and the entire mission. Variations in the noise levels will be on time scales comparable to, or shorter than, the time most signals spend in the detector’s sensitive band. The variation in the amplitude of the galactic stochastic GW background from galactic binaries as the antenna… 
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