The missing link in gravitational-wave astronomy: A summary of discoveries waiting in the decihertz range

@inproceedings{Sedda2021TheML,
  title={The missing link in gravitational-wave astronomy: A summary of discoveries waiting in the decihertz range},
  author={M. A. Sedda and C. Berry and K. Jani and P. Amaro-Seoane and P. Auclair and J. Baird and T. Baker and E. Berti and K. Breivik and C. Caprini and Xian Chen and D. Doneva and J. Ezquiaga and K. Ford and Michael L. Katz and S. Kolkowitz and B. McKernan and G. Mueller and G. Nardini and I. Pikovski and S. Rajendran and A. Sesana and L. Shao and N. Tamanini and Niels Warburton and Helvi Witek and Ka-wah Wong and M. Zevin},
  year={2021}
}
Since 2015 the gravitational-wave observations of LIGO and Virgo have transformed our understanding of compact-object binaries. In the years to come, ground-based gravitational-wave observatories such as LIGO, Virgo, and their successors will increase in sensitivity, discovering thousands of stellar-mass binaries. In the 2030s, the space-based LISA will provide gravitational-wave observations of massive black holes binaries. Between the ∼ 10–103 Hz band of ground-based observatories and the… Expand

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