Probing the speed of gravity with LVK, LISA, and joint observations

@article{Harry2022ProbingTS,
  title={Probing the speed of gravity with LVK, LISA, and joint observations},
  author={Ian W Harry and Johannes Noller},
  journal={General Relativity and Gravitation},
  year={2022},
  volume={54},
  pages={1-34}
}
  • I. HarryJ. Noller
  • Published 20 July 2022
  • Materials Science
  • General Relativity and Gravitation
Theories of dark energy that affect the speed of gravitational waves $$c_{\textrm{GW}}$$ c GW on cosmological scales naturally lead to a frequency-dependent transition of that speed close to the LIGO/Virgo/KAGRA (LVK) band. While observations such as GW170817 assure us that $$c_{\textrm{GW}}$$ c GW is extremely close to the speed of light in the LVK band, a frequency-dependent transition below the LVK band is a smoking-gun signal for large classes of dynamical dark energy theories. Here we… 

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