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The Gravitational Universe

The LISA Science Theme White Paper proposed to ESA

The Gravitational Universe: A spaceborne low-frequency gravitational wave observatory for 2028

eLISA - Whitepaper

The Gravitational Universe: A spaceborne low-frequency gravitational wave observatory

The LISA Consortium is convinced that a spaceborne low-frequency gravitational wave observatory to be launched in 2034 is the ideal tool to make progress in our understanding of the Universe. The LISA Consortium submitted a White Paper to ESA describing the science case in May 2013:

http://elisascience.org/whitepaper/

Many well known scientists are strongly supporting the LISA project. Stephen Hawking, Gerardus t´Hooft, George Smoot and many other scientists expressed their interest in LISA and encouraged the LISA Consortium to follow up the project.

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Prof. Dr. Karsten Danzmann
Albert Einstein Institute Hannover

 

Callinstr. 38

30167 Hannover, Germany

 

Tel.: +49 (511) 762 - 2229

Fax: +49 (511) 762 - 2784

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