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... and make history with a new astronomy.

Scientists and students presented LISA at the DPG 2013. Credit: LISA Consortium

LISA exhibition at the DPG 2013

The LISA community welcomes supporters and contributers.

In addition, members of the public can make a significant scientific contribution by joining the Einstein@Home project and donating their computer idle time to the search for pulsars and gravitational waves. More than 300,000 volunteers from around the world have already joined. Become a member of this community and help us to catch the first gravitational wave from space! More information on the Einstein@Home website!

Consortium membership for scientists
If you are a scientist and wish to contribute to the LISA mission, use the scientist registration form. You can apply to individual working groups once your account has been validated.

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