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Space Based Gravitational Wave Astronomy Beyond LISA

@article{Baker2019SpaceBG,
  title={Space Based Gravitational Wave Astronomy Beyond LISA},
  author={J. Baker and S. Barke and P. Bender and E. Berti and R. Caldwell and J. Conklin and N. Cornish and E. Ferrara and K. Holley-Bockelmann and B. Kamai and S. Larson and J. Livas and S. McWilliams and G. Mueller and P. Natarajan and N. Rioux and S. Sankar and J. Schnittman and D. Shoemaker and J. Slutsky and R. Stebbins and I. Thorpe and J. Ziemer},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
The Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) will open three decades of gravitational wave (GW) spectrum between 0.1 and 100 mHz, the mHz band. This band is expected to be the richest part of the GW spectrum, in types of sources, numbers of sources, signal-to-noise ratios and discovery potential. When LISA opens the low-frequency window of the gravitational wave spectrum, around 2034, the surge of gravitational-wave astronomy will strongly compel a subsequent mission to further explore the… Expand

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