# The Japanese space gravitational wave antenna?DECIGO

@article{Kawamura2006TheJS, title={The Japanese space gravitational wave antenna?DECIGO}, author={S. Kawamura and M. Ando and N. Seto and S. Sato and T. Nakamura and K. Tsubono and N. Kanda and T. Tanaka and J. Yokoyama and I. Funaki and K. Numata and K. Ioka and T. Takashima and K. Agatsuma and T. Akutsu and Koh-suke Aoyanagi and K. Arai and A. Araya and H. Asada and Y. Aso and D. Chen and T. Chiba and T. Ebisuzaki and Y. Ejiri and M. Enoki and Y. Eriguchi and M. Fujimoto and R. Fujita and M. Fukushima and T. Futamase and T. Harada and T. Hashimoto and K. Hayama and W. Hikida and Y. Himemoto and H. Hirabayashi and T. Hiramatsu and F. Hong and H. Horisawa and M. Hosokawa and K. Ichiki and T. Ikegami and K. T. Inoue and K. Ishidoshiro and H. Ishihara and T. Ishikawa and H. Ishizaki and Hiroyuki Ito and Y. Itoh and K. Izumi and I. Kawano and N. Kawashima and F. Kawazoe and N. Kishimoto and K. Kiuchi and Shiho Kobayashi and K. Kohri and H. Koizumi and Y. Kojima and K. Kokeyama and W. Kokuyama and K. Kotake and Y. Kozai and H. Kunimori and H. Kuninaka and K. Kuroda and S. Kuroyanagi and K. Maeda and H. Matsuhara and Nobuyuki Matsumoto and Y. Michimura and O. Miyakawa and U. Miyamoto and S. Miyoki and M. Morimoto and T. Morisawa and S. Moriwaki and S. Mukohyama and M. Musha and S. Nagano and I. Naito and Kouji Nakamura and H. Nakano and K. Nakao and S. Nakasuka and Y. Nakayama and K. Nakazawa and E. Nishida and K. Nishiyama and A. Nishizawa and Y. Niwa and Taiga Noumi and Y. Obuchi and M. Ohashi and N. Ohishi and M. Ohkawa and K. Okada and N. Okada and K. Oohara and N. Sago and Motoyuki Saijo and R. Sait{\^o} and M. Sakagami and S. Sakai and S. Sakata and M. Sasaki and Takashi Sato and M. Shibata and H. Shinkai and A. Shoda and K. Somiya and H. Sotani and N. Sugiyama and Y. Suwa and Rieko Suzuki and H. Tagoshi and F. Takahashi and Kakeru Takahashi and Keitaro Takahashi and R. Takahashi and T. Takahashi and H. Takahashi and Takamori Akiteru and T. Takano and N. Tanaka and K. Taniguchi and A. Taruya and H. Tashiro and Y. Torii and M. Toyoshima and S. Tsujikawa and Y. Tsunesada and A. Ueda and K. Ueda and M. Utashima and Yaka Wakabayashi and K. Yagi and H. Yamakawa and Kazuhiro Yamamoto and T. Yamazaki and Chul-moon Yoo and S. Yoshida and T. Yoshino and K. Sun}, journal={Classical and Quantum Gravity}, year={2006}, volume={28}, pages={094011} }

DECi-hertz Interferometer Gravitational wave Observatory (DECIGO) is the future Japanese space gravitational wave antenna. It aims at detecting various kinds of gravitational waves between 1 mHz and 100 Hz frequently enough to open a new window of observation for gravitational wave astronomy. The pre-conceptual design of DECIGO consists of three drag-free satellites, 1000 km apart from each other, whose relative displacements are measured by a Fabry–Perot Michelson interferometer. We plan to… Expand

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