Scientific objectives of Einstein Telescope

@article{Sathyaprakash2012ScientificOO,
  title={Scientific objectives of Einstein Telescope},
  author={B. Sathyaprakash and M. Abernathy and F. Acernese and P. Ajith and B. Allen and P. Amaro-Seoane and N. Andersson and S. Aoudia and K. Arun and P. Astone and B. Krishnan and L. Barack and F. Barone and B. Barr and M. Barsuglia and M. Bassan and R. Bassiri and M. Beker and N. Beveridge and M. Bizouard and C. Bond and S. Bose and L. Bosi and S. Braccini and C. Bradaschia and M. Britzger and F. Brueckner and T. Bulik and H. Bulten and O. Burmeister and E. Calloni and P. Campsie and L. Carbone and G. Cella and E. Chalkley and {\'E}. Chassande-Mottin and S. Chelkowski and A. Chincarini and A. Cintio and J. Clark and E. Coccia and C. Colacino and J. Colas and A. Colla and A. Corsi and A. Cumming and L. Cunningham and E. Cuoco and S. Danilishin and K. Danzmann and E. Daw and R. Salvo and W. D. Pozzo and T. Dent and R. Rosa and L. Fiore and M. Emilio and A. Virgilio and A. Dietz and M. Doets and J. Dueck and M. Edwards and V. Fafone and S. Fairhurst and P. Falferi and M. Favata and V. Ferrari and F. Ferrini and F. Fidecaro and R. Flaminio and J. Franc and F. Frasconi and A. Freise and D. Friedrich and P. Fulda and J. Gair and M. Galimberti and G. Gemme and E. G{\'e}nin and A. Gennai and A. Giazotto and K. Glampedakis and S. Gossan and R. Gouaty and C. Graef and W. Graham and M. Granata and H. Grote and G. Guidi and J. Hallam and G. Hammond and M. Hannam and J. Harms and K. Haughian and I. Hawke and D. Heinert and M. Hendry and I. Heng and E. Hennes and S. Hild and J. Hough and D. Huet and S. Husa and S. Huttner and B. Iyer and D. I. Jones and G. Jones and I. Kamaretsos and C. Mishra and F. Kawazoe and F. Khalili and B. Kley and K. Kokeyama and K. Kokkotas and S. Kroker and R. Kumar and K. Kuroda and B. Lagrange and N. Lastzka and T. Li and M. Lorenzini and G. Losurdo and H. Luck and E. Majorana and V. Malvezzi and I. Mandel and V. Mandic and S. M{\'a}rka and F. Marin and F. Marion and J. Marque and I. Martin and D. M. Leod and D. McKechan and M. Mehmet and C. Michel and Y. Minenkov and N. Morgado and A. Morgia and S. Mosca and L. Moscatelli and B. Mours and H. Muller-Ebhardt and P. Murray and L. Naticchioni and R. Nawrodt and J. Nelson and R. Shaughnessy and C. Ott and C. Palomba and A. Paoli and G. Parguez and A. Pasqualetti and R. Passaquieti and D. Passuello and M. Perciballi and F. Piergiovanni and L. Pinard and M. Pitkin and W. Plastino and M. Plissi and R. Poggiani and P. Popolizio and E. Porter and M. Prato and G. Prodi and M. Punturo and P. Puppo and D. Rabeling and I. R{\'a}cz and P. Rapagnani and V. Re and J. Read and T. Regimbau and H. Rehbein and S. Reid and F. Ricci and F. Richard and C. Robinson and A. Rocchi and R. Romano and S. Rowan and A. Rudiger and A. Samblowski and L. Santamar'ia and B. Sassolas and R. Schilling and P. Schmidt and R. Schnabel and B. Schutz and C. Schwarz and J. Scott and P. Seidel and A. Sintes and K. Somiya and C. Sopuerta and B. Sorazu and F. Speirits and L. Storchi and K. Strain and S. Strigin and P. Sutton and S. Tarabrin and B. Taylor and A. Thurin and K. Tokmakov and M. Tonelli and H. Tournefier and R. Vaccarone and H. Vahlbruch and J. D. Brand and C. Broeck and S. V. Putten and M. V. Veggel and A. Vecchio and J. Veitch and F. Vetrano and A. Vicer{\`e} and S. Vyatchanin and P. Wessels and B. Willke and W. Winkler and G. Woan and A. Woodcraft and K. Yamamoto},
  journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity},
  year={2012},
  volume={29},
  pages={124013}
}
The advanced interferometer network will herald a new era in observational astronomy. There is a very strong science case to go beyond the advanced detector network and build detectors that operate in a frequency range from 1 Hz to 10 kHz, with sensitivity a factor 10 better in amplitude. Such detectors will be able to probe a range of topics in nuclear physics, astronomy, cosmology and fundamental physics, providing insights into many unsolved problems in these areas. 
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