Optical Bench Development for Lisa

@inproceedings{dArcio2018OpticalBD,
  title={Optical Bench Development for Lisa},
  author={L. d’Arcio and Johanna Bogenstahl and Marina Dehne and Christian Diekmann and Ewan D. Fitzsimons and R. Fleddermann and E. Granova and Gerhard Heinzel and H. Hogenhuis and Christian J. Killow and Michael Perreur-Lloyd and Jacqueline Pijnenburg and David I. Robertson and Atsushi Shoda and A. Sohmer and Andrew Taylor and Michael Tr{\"o}bs and Gudrun Wanner and H. Ward and Dennis Weise},
  year={2018}
}
For observation of gravitational waves at frequencies between 30 μHz and 1 Hz, the LISA mission will be implemented in a triangular constellation of three identical spacecraft, which are mutually linked by laser interferometry in an active transponder scheme over a 5 million kilometer arm length. On the end point of each laser link, remote and local beam metrology with respect to inertial proof masses inside the spacecraft is realized by the LISA Optical Bench. It implements furthermore various… CONTINUE READING

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