Space-borne atom interferometric gravitational wave detections. Part II. Dark sirens and finding the one

@article{Yang2022SpaceborneAI,
  title={Space-borne atom interferometric gravitational wave detections. Part II. Dark sirens and finding the one},
  author={Tao Yang and Hyung-Mok Lee and Rong-gen Cai and Han Gil Choi and Sunghoon Jung},
  journal={Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics},
  year={2022},
  volume={2022}
}
In this paper, we investigate the potential of dark sirens by the space-borne atom interferometric gravitational-wave detectors to probe the Hubble constant. In the mid-frequency band, the sources live a long time. The motion of a detector around the Sun as well as in Earth orbit would induce large Doppler and reorientation effects, providing a precise angular resolution. Such precise localization for the GW sources makes it possible to observe the dark sirens with only one potential host… 
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