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  The Next Generation Global Gravitational Wave Observatory: The Science Book

Kalogera, V., Sathyaprakash, B. S., Bailes, M., Bizouard, M.-A., Buonanno, A., Burrows, A., et al. (2021). The Next Generation Global Gravitational Wave Observatory: The Science Book.

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Kalogera, Vicky, Author
Sathyaprakash, B. S., Author
Bailes, Matthew, Author
Bizouard, Marie-Anne, Author
Buonanno, Alessandra1, Author              
Burrows, Adam, Author
Colpi, Monica, Author
Evans, Matt, Author
Fairhurst, Stephen, Author
Hild, Stefan, Author
Kasliwal, Mansi M., Author
Lehner, Luis, Author
Mandel, Ilya, Author
Mandic, Vuk, Author
Nissanke, Samaya, Author
Papa, Maria Alessandra, Author
Reddy, Sanjay, Author
Rosswog, Stephan, Author
Broeck, Chris Van Den, Author
Ajith, P., Author
Anand, Shreya, AuthorAndreoni, Igor, AuthorArun, K. G., AuthorBarausse, Enrico, AuthorBaryakhtar, Masha, AuthorBelgacem, Enis, AuthorBerry, Christopher P. L., AuthorBertacca, Daniele, AuthorBrito, Richard, AuthorCaprini, Chiara, AuthorChatziioannou, Katerina, AuthorCoughlin, Michael, AuthorCusin, Giulia, AuthorDietrich, Tim, AuthorDirian, Yves, AuthorEast, William E., AuthorFan, Xilong, AuthorFigueroa, Daniel, AuthorFoffa, Stefano, AuthorGhosh, Archisman, AuthorHall, Evan, AuthorHarms, Jan, AuthorHarry, Ian1, Author              Hinderer, Tanja, AuthorJanka, Thomas, AuthorJustham, Stephen, AuthorKasen, Dan, AuthorKotake, Kei, AuthorLovelace, Geoffrey, AuthorMaggiore, Michele, AuthorMangiagli, Alberto, AuthorMapelli, Michela, AuthorMaselli, Andrea, AuthorMatas, Andrew1, Author              McIver, Jess, AuthorMesser, Bronson, AuthorMezzacappa, Tony, AuthorMills, Cameron, AuthorMueller, Bernhard, AuthorMüller, Ewald, AuthorPürrer, Michael1, Author              Pani, Paolo, AuthorPratten, Geraint, AuthorRegimbau, Tania, AuthorSakellariadou, Mairi, AuthorSchneider, Raffaella, AuthorSesana, Alberto, AuthorShao, Lijing, AuthorSotiriou, P. Thomas, AuthorTamanini, Nicola, AuthorTauris, Thomas, AuthorThrane, Eric, AuthorValiante, Rosa, Authorvan de Meent, Maarten1, Author              Varma, Vijay, AuthorVines, Justin1, Author              Vitale, Salvatore, AuthorYang, Huan, AuthorYunes, Nicolas, AuthorZumalacarregui, Miguel1, Author              Punturo, Michele, AuthorReitze, David, AuthorCouvares, Peter, AuthorKatsanevas, Stavros, AuthorKajita, Takaaki, AuthorLück, Harald2, Author              McClelland, David, AuthorRowan, Sheila, AuthorSanders, Gary, AuthorShoemaker, David, AuthorBrand, Jo van den, Author more..
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1Astrophysical and Cosmological Relativity, AEI-Golm, MPI for Gravitational Physics, Max Planck Society, ou_1933290              
2Laser Interferometry & Gravitational Wave Astronomy, AEI-Hannover, MPI for Gravitational Physics, Max Planck Society, ou_24010              

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Free keywords: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology, gr-qc
 Abstract: The next generation of ground-based gravitational-wave detectors will observe coalescences of black holes and neutron stars throughout the cosmos, thousands of them with exceptional fidelity. The Science Book is the result of a 3-year effort to study the science capabilities of networks of next generation detectors. Such networks would make it possible to address unsolved problems in numerous areas of physics and astronomy, from Cosmology to Beyond the Standard Model of particle physics, and how they could provide insights into workings of strongly gravitating systems, astrophysics of compact objects and the nature of dense matter. It is inevitable that observatories of such depth and finesse will make new discoveries inaccessible to other windows of observation. In addition to laying out the rich science potential of the next generation of detectors, this report provides specific science targets in five different areas in physics and astronomy and the sensitivity requirements to accomplish those science goals. This report is the second in a six part series of reports by the GWIC 3G Subcommittee: i) Expanding the Reach of Gravitational Wave Observatories to the Edge of the Universe, ii) The Next Generation Global Gravitational Wave Observatory: The Science Book (this report), iii) 3G R&D: R&D for the Next Generation of Ground-based Gravitational Wave Detectors, iv) Gravitational Wave Data Analysis: Computing Challenges in the 3G Era, v) Future Ground-based Gravitational-wave Observatories: Synergies with Other Scientific Communities, and vi) An Exploration of Possible Governance Models for the Future Global Gravitational-Wave Observatory Network.

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 Dates: 2021-11-122021
 Publication Status: Published online
 Pages: 69 pages, 18 figures
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 Identifiers: arXiv: 2111.06990
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