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Mid-Frequency Gravitational Waves (0.1-10 Hz): Sources and Detection Methods Summary of the parallel session GW2 of MG16 Meeting

  title={Mid-Frequency Gravitational Waves (0.1-10 Hz): Sources and Detection Methods Summary of the parallel session GW2 of MG16 Meeting},
  author={Dongfeng Gao and Wei-Tou Ni and Jin Wang and Ming-Sheng Zhan and Lin Zhou},
This article summarizes the talks in the session GW2 of the Sixteenth Marcel Grossmann Meeting on Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity, Gravitation, and Relativistic Field Theories, 5-10 July, 2021, on Mid-frequency (0.1-10 Hz) gravitational waves: Sources and detection methods with a review on strain power spectral density amplitude of various mid-frequency gravitational wave projects/concepts and with extended summaries on the progress of ZAIGA project and on… 

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