qc / 0 30 90 11 v 1 2 S ep 2 00 3 ASTROD , ASTROD I and their gravitational-wave sensitivities

@inproceedings{Ni2003qc0,
  title={qc / 0 30 90 11 v 1 2 S ep 2 00 3 ASTROD , ASTROD I and their gravitational-wave sensitivities},
  author={Wei-Tou Ni and S. Shiomi and An-Chi Liao},
  year={2003}
}
ASTROD (Astrodynamical Space Test of Relativity using Optical Devices) is a mission concept with three spacecraft — one near L1/L2 point, one with an inner solar orbit and one with an outer solar orbit, ranging coherently with one another using lasers to test relativistic gravity, to measure the solar system and to detect gravitational waves. ASTROD I with one spacecraft ranging optically with ground stations is the first step toward the ASTROD mission. In this paper, we present the ASTROD I… CONTINUE READING

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