A cryogenic silicon interferometer for gravitational-wave detection

R. X. Adhikari*, K. Arai, A. F. Brooks, C. Wipf, O. Aguiar, P. Altin, B. Barr, L. Barsotti, R. Bassiri, A. Bell, G. Billingsley, R. Birney, D. Blair, E. Bonilla, J. Briggs, D. D. Brown, R. Byer, H. Cao, M. Constancio, S. CooperT. Corbitt, D. Coyne, A. Cumming, E. Daw, R. deRosa, G. Eddolls, J. Eichholz, M. Evans, M. Fejer, E. C. Ferreira, A. Freise, V. V. Frolov, S. Gras, A. Green, H. Grote, E. Gustafson, E. D. Hall, G. Hammond, J. Harms, G. Harry, K. Haughian, D. Heinert, M. Heintze, F. Hellman, J. Hennig, M. Hennig, S. Hild, J. Hough, W. Johnson, B. Karnai, D. Kapasi, K. Komori, D. Koptsov, M. Korobko, W. Z. Korth, K. Kuns, B. Lantz, S. Leavey, F. Magana-Sandoval, G. Mansell, A. Markosyan, A. Markowitz, S. Martin, R. Martin, D. Martynov, D. E. McClelland, G. McGhee, T. McRae, J. Mills, Mitrofanov, M. Molina-Ruiz, C. Mow-Lowry, J. Munch, P. Murray, S. Ng, M. A. Okada, D. J. Ottaway, L. Prokhorov, Quetschke, S. Reid, D. Reitze, J. Richardson, R. Roble, Romero-Shaw, R. Route, S. Rowan, R. Schnabel, M. Schneewind, F. Seifert, D. Shaddoc, B. Shapiro, D. Shoemaker, A. S. Silva, B. Slagmolen, J. Smith, N. Smith, J. Steinlechner, K. Strain, D. Taira, S. Tait, D. Tanner, Z. Tornasi, C. Torrie, M. Van Veggel, J. Vanheijningen, P. Veitch, A. Wade, G. Wallace, R. Ward, R. Weiss, P. Wessels, B. Willke, H. Yamamoto, M. J. Yap, C. Zhao

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Original languageEnglish
Article number165003
Number of pages40
JournalClassical and Quantum Gravity
Volume37
Issue number16
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 20 Aug 2020

Keywords

  • gravitational wave astronomy
  • interferometry
  • cryogenic silicon
  • next generation gravitational wave detection
  • two micron lasers
  • binary black holes
  • SQUEEZED STATES
  • RADIATION-PRESSURE
  • OPTICAL-ABSORPTION
  • SINGLE-FREQUENCY
  • LOW-TEMPERATURES
  • NOISE
  • POWER
  • PERFORMANCE
  • SENSITIVITY
  • REDUCTION

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