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  A Cryogenic Silicon Interferometer for Gravitational-wave Detection

Adhikari, R. X., Aguiar, O., Arai, K., Barr, B., Bassiri, R., Billingsley, G., et al. (in preparation). A Cryogenic Silicon Interferometer for Gravitational-wave Detection.

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Adhikari, Rana X, Author
Aguiar, Odylio, Author
Arai, Koji, Author
Barr, Bryan, Author
Bassiri, Riccardo, Author
Billingsley, Garilynn, Author
Birney, Ross, Author
Blair, David, Author
Briggs, Joseph, Author
Brooks, Aidan F, Author
Brown, Daniel D, Author
Cao, Huy-Tuong, Author
Constancio, Marcio, Author
Cooper, Sam, Author
Corbitt, Thomas, Author
Coyne, Dennis, Author
Daw, Edward, Author
Eichholz, Johannes, Author
Fejer, Martin, Author
Freise, Andreas, Author
Frolov, Valery, AuthorGras, Slawomir, AuthorGreen, Anna, AuthorGrote, Hartmut, AuthorGustafson, Eric K, AuthorHall, Evan D, AuthorHammond, Giles, AuthorHarms, Jan, AuthorHarry, Gregg, AuthorHaughian, Karen, AuthorHellman, Frances, AuthorHennig, Jan-Simon, AuthorHennig , Margot1, AuthorHild, Stefan, AuthorJohnson, Warren, AuthorKamai, Brittany, AuthorKapasi, Disha, AuthorKomori, Kentaro, AuthorKorobko, Mikhail, AuthorKuns, Kevin, AuthorLantz, Brian, AuthorLeavey, Sean2, Author              Magana-Sandoval, Fabian, AuthorMarkosyan, Ashot, AuthorMartin, Iain, AuthorMartin, Rodica, AuthorMartynov, Denis V, AuthorMcclelland, David, AuthorMcghee, Graeme, AuthorMills, Joseph, AuthorMitrofanov, Valery, AuthorMolina-Ruiz, Manel, AuthorMow-Lowry, Conor, AuthorMurray, Peter, AuthorNg, Sebastian, AuthorProkhorov, Leonid, AuthorQuetschke, Volker, AuthorReid, Stuart, AuthorReitze, David, AuthorRichardson, Jonathan, AuthorRobie, Raymond, AuthorRomero-Shaw, Isobel, AuthorRowan, Sheila, AuthorSchnabel, Roman, AuthorSchneewind , Merle1, AuthorShapiro, Brett, AuthorShoemaker, David, AuthorSlagmolen, Bram, AuthorSmith, Joshua, AuthorSteinlechner, Jessica, AuthorTait, Simon, AuthorTanner, David, AuthorTorrie, Calum, AuthorVanheijningen, Joris, AuthorVeitch, Peter, AuthorWallace, Gavin, AuthorWessels , Peter1, AuthorWillke, Benno2, Author              Wipf, Christopher, AuthorYamamoto, Hiro, AuthorZhao, Chunnong, AuthorBarsotti, Lisa, AuthorWard, Robert, AuthorBell, Angus, AuthorByer, Robert, AuthorWade, Andrew, AuthorKorth, William Z, AuthorSeifert, Frank, AuthorSmith, Nicholas, AuthorKoptsov, Dimitry, AuthorTornasi, Zeno, AuthorMarkowitz, Aaron, AuthorMansell, Georgia, AuthorMcrae, Terry, AuthorAltin, Paul, AuthorYap, Min J, AuthorVan Veggel, Marielle, AuthorEddolls, Graeme, AuthorBonilla, Edgard, AuthorFerreira, Elvis C, AuthorSilva, Allan S, AuthorOkada, Marcos A, AuthorTaira, Diego, AuthorHeinert, Daniel, AuthorHough, James, AuthorStrain, Ken, AuthorCumming, Alan, AuthorRoute, Roger, AuthorShaddock, Daniel, AuthorEvans, Matthew, AuthorWeiss, Rainer, Author more..
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1AEI-Hannover, MPI for Gravitational Physics, Max Planck Society, Hannover, DE, ou_24009              
2Laser Interferometry & Gravitational Wave Astronomy, AEI-Hannover, MPI for Gravitational Physics, Max Planck Society, ou_24010              

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Free keywords: Astrophysics, Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics, astro-ph.IM,General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology, gr-qc, Physics, Instrumentation and Detectors, physics.ins-det
 Abstract: The detection of gravitational waves from compact binary mergers by LIGO has opened the era of gravitational wave astronomy, revealing a previously hidden side of the cosmos. To maximize the reach of the existing LIGO observatory facilities, we have designed a new instrument that will have 5 times the range of Advanced LIGO, or greater than 100 times the event rate. Observations with this new instrument will make possible dramatic steps toward understanding the physics of the nearby universe, as well as observing the universe out to cosmological distances by the detection of binary black hole coalescences. This article presents the instrument design and a quantitative analysis of the anticipated noise floor.

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 Identifiers: arXiv: 2001.11173
URI: http://arxiv.org/abs/2001.11173
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