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  ETpathfinder: a cryogenic testbed for interferometric gravitational-wave detectors

Utina, A., Amato, A., Arends, J., Arina, C., de Baar, M., Baars, M., et al. (in preparation). ETpathfinder: a cryogenic testbed for interferometric gravitational-wave detectors.

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Utina, A., Author
Amato, A., Author
Arends, J., Author
Arina, C., Author
de Baar, M., Author
Baars, M., Author
Baer, P., Author
van Bakel, N., Author
Beaumont, W., Author
Bertolini, A., Author
van Beuzekom, M., Author
Biersteker, S., Author
Binetti, A., Author
ter Brake, H. J. M., Author
Bruno, G., Author
Bryant, J., Author
Bulten, H. J., Author
Busch, L., Author
Cebeci, P., Author
Collette, C., Author
Cooper, S., AuthorCornelissen, R., AuthorCuijpers, P., Authorvan Dael, M., AuthorDanilishin, S., AuthorDixit, D., Authorvan Doesburg, S., AuthorDoets, M., AuthorElsinga, R., AuthorErends, V., Authorvan Erps, J., AuthorFreise, A., AuthorFrenaij, H., AuthorGarcia, R., AuthorGiesberts, M., AuthorGrohmann, S., AuthorVan Haevermaet, H., AuthorHeijnen, S., Authorvan Heijningen, J. V., AuthorHennes, E., AuthorHennig, J. -S., AuthorHennig, M., AuthorHertog, T., AuthorHild, S., AuthorHoffmann, H. -D., AuthorHoft, G., AuthorHopman, M., AuthorHoyland, D., AuthorIandolo, G. A., AuthorIetswaard, C., AuthorJamshidi, R., AuthorJansweijer, P., AuthorJones, A., AuthorJones, P., AuthorKnust, N., AuthorKoekoek, G., AuthorKoroveshi, X., AuthorKortekaas, T., AuthorKoushik, A. N., AuthorKraan, M., Authorvan de Kraats, M., AuthorKranzhoff, S. L., AuthorKuijer, P., AuthorKukkadapu, K. A., AuthorLam, K., AuthorLetendre, N., AuthorLi, P., AuthorLimburg, R., AuthorLinde, F., AuthorLocquet, J. -P., AuthorLoosen, P., AuthorLueck, H.1, Author           Martınez, M., AuthorMasserot, A., AuthorMeylahn, F.1, Author           Molenaar, M., AuthorMow-Lowry, C., AuthorMundet, J., AuthorMunneke, B., Authorvan Nieuwland, L., AuthorPacaud, E., AuthorPascucci, D., AuthorPetit, S., AuthorVan Ranst, Z., AuthorRaskin, G., AuthorRecaman, P. M., Authorvan Remortel, N., AuthorRolland, L., Authorde Roo, L., AuthorRoose, E., AuthorRosier, J. C., AuthorRyckbosch, D., AuthorSchouteden, K., AuthorSevrin, A., AuthorSider, A., AuthorSingha, A., AuthorSpagnuolo, V., AuthorStahl, A., AuthorSteinlechner, J., AuthorSteinlechner, S., AuthorSwinkels, B., AuthorSzilasi, N., AuthorTacca, M., AuthorThienpont, H., AuthorVecchio, A., AuthorVerkooijen, H., AuthorVermeer, C. H., AuthorVervaeke, M., AuthorVisser, G., AuthorWalet, R., AuthorWerneke, P., AuthorWesthofen, C., AuthorWillke, B.1, Author           Xhahi, A., AuthorZhang, T., Author more..
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1Laser 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 third-generation of gravitational wave observatories, such as the Einstein Telescope (ET) and Cosmic Explorer (CE), aim for an improvement in sensitivity of at least a factor of ten over a wide frequency range compared to the current advanced detectors. In order to inform the design of the third-generation detectors and to develop and qualify their subsystems, dedicated test facilities are required. ETpathfinder prototype uses full interferometer configurations and aims to provide a high sensitivity facility in a similar environment as ET. Along with the interferometry at 1550 nm and silicon test masses, ETpathfinder will focus on cryogenic technologies, lasers and optics at 2090 nm and advanced quantum-noise reduction schemes. This paper analyses the underpinning noise contributions and combines them into full noise budgets of the two initially targeted configurations: 1) operating with 1550 nm laser light and at a temperature of 18 K and 2) operating at 2090 nm wavelength and a temperature of 123 K.

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 Dates: 2022-06-10
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 Identifiers: arXiv: 2206.04905
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