Kawamura, Seiji and Ando, Masaki and Nakamura, Takashi and Tsubono, Kimio and Tanaka, Takahiro and Funaki, Ikkoh and Seto, Naoki and Numata, Kenji and Sato, Shuichi and Ioka, Kunihito and Kanda, Nobuyuki and Takashima, Takeshi and Agatsuma, Kazuhiro and Akutsu, Tomotada and Akutsu, Tomomi and Aoyanagi, Koh-suke and Arai, Koji and Arase, Yuta and Araya, Akito and Asada, Hideki and Aso, Yoichi and Chiba, Takeshi and Ebisuzaki, Toshikazu and Enoki, Motohiro and Eriguchi, Yoshiharu and Fujimoto, Masa-Katsu and Fujita, Ryuichi and Fukushima, Mitsuhiro and Futamase, Toshifumi and Ganzu, Katsuhiko and Harada, Tomohiro and Hashimoto, Tatsuaki and Hayama, Kazuhiro and Hikida, Wataru and Himemoto, Yoshiaki and Hirabayashi, Hisashi and Hiramatsu, Takashi and Hong, Feng-Lei and Horisawa, Hideyuki and Hosokawa, Mizuhiko and Ichiki, Kiyotomo and Ikegami, Takashi and Inoue, Kaiki T. and Ishidoshir, Koji and Ishihara, Hideki and Ishikawa, Takehiko and Ishizaki, Hideharu and Ito, Hiroyuki and Itoh, Yousuke and Kamagasako, Shogo and Kawashima, Nobuki and Kawazoe, Fumiko and Kirihara, Hiroyuki and Kishimoto, Naoko and Kiuchi, Kenta and Kobayashi, Shiho and Kohri, Kazunori and Koizumi, Hiroyuki and Kojima, Yasufumi and Kokeyama, Keiko and Kokuyama, Wataru and Kotake, Kei and Kozai, Yoshihide and Kudoh, Hideaki and Kunimori, Hiroo and Kuninaka, Hitoshi and Kuroda, Kazuaki and Maeda, Kei-ichi and Matsuhara, Hideo and Mino, Yasushi and Miyakawa, Osamu and Miyoki, Shinji and Morimoto, Mutsuko Y. and Morioka, Tomoko and Morisawa, Toshiyuki and Moriwaki, Shigenori and Mukohyama, Shinji and Musha, Mitsuru and Nagano, Shigeo and Naito, Isao and Nakagawa, Noriyasu and Nakamura, Kouji and Nakano, Hiroyuki and Nakao, Kenichi and Nakasuka, Shinichi and Nakayama, Yoshinori and Nishida, Erina and Nishiyama, Kazutaka and Nishizawa, Atsushi and Niwa, Yoshito and Ohashi, Masatake and Ohishi, Naoko and Ohkawa, Masashi and Okutomi, Akira and Onozato, Kouji and Oohara, Kenichi and Sago, Norichika and Saijo, Motoyuki and Sakagami, Masaaki and Sakai, Shin-ichiro and Sakata, Shihori and Sasaki, Misao and Sato, Takashi and Shibata, Masaru and Shinkai, Hisaaki and Somiya, Kentaro and Sotani, Hajime and Sugiyama, Naoshi and Suwa, Yudai and Tagoshi, Hideyuki and Takahashi, Kakeru and Takahashi, Keitaro and Takahashi, Tadayuki and Takahashi, Hirotaka and Takahashi, Ryuichi and Takahashi, Ryutaro and Takamori, Akiteru and Takano, Tadashi and Taniguchi, Keisuke and Taruya, Atsushi and Tashiro, Hiroyuki and Tokuda, Mitsuru and Tokunari, Masao and Toyoshima, Morio and Tsujikawa, Shinji and Tsunesada, Yoshiki and Ueda, Ken-ichi and Utashima, Masayoshi and Yamakawa, Hiroshi and Yamamoto, Kazuhiro and Yamazaki, Toshitaka and Yokoyama, Jun'ichi and Yoo, Chul-Moon and Yoshida, Shijun and Yoshino, Taizoh (2008) The Japanese space gravitational wave antenna; DECIGO. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 120 . 032004. ISSN 1742-6596 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20090528-154655221
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DECi-hertz Interferometer Gravitational wave Observatory (DECIGO) is the future Japanese space gravitational wave antenna. DECIGO is expected to open a new window of observation for gravitational wave astronomy especially between 0.1 Hz and 10 Hz, revealing various mysteries of the universe such as dark energy, formation mechanism of supermassive black holes, and inflation of the universe. The pre-conceptual design of DECIGO consists of three drag-free spacecraft, whose relative displacements are measured by a differential Fabry– Perot Michelson interferometer. We plan to launch two missions, DECIGO pathfinder and pre- DECIGO first and finally DECIGO in 2024.
|Additional Information:||© 2008 IOP Publishing. Accepted papers received: 20 June 2008. Published online: 31 July 2008 This research was partially supported by the Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research.|
|Official Citation:||The Japanese space gravitational wave antenna; DECIGO S Kawamura, M Ando, T Nakamura, K Tsubono, T Tanaka, I Funaki, N Seto, K Numata, S Sato, K Ioka, N Kanda, T Takashima, K Agatsuma, T Akutsu, T Akutsu, K-s Aoyanagi, K Arai, Y Arase, A Araya, H Asada, Y Aso, T Chiba, T Ebisuzaki, M Enoki, Y Eriguchi, M-K Fujimoto, R Fujita, M Fukushima, T Futamase, K Ganzu, T Harada, T Hashimoto, K Hayama, W Hikida, Y Himemoto, H Hirabayashi, T Hiramatsu, F-L Hong, H Horisawa, M Hosokawa, K Ichiki, T Ikegami, K T Inoue, K Ishidoshiro, H Ishihara, T Ishikawa, H Ishizaki, H Ito, Y Itoh, S Kamagasako, N Kawashima, F Kawazoe, H Kirihara, N Kishimoto, K Kiuchi, S Kobayashi, K Kohri, H Koizumi, Y Kojima, K Kokeyama, W Kokuyama, K Kotake, Y Kozai, H Kudoh, H Kunimori, H Kuninaka, K Kuroda, K-i Maeda, H Matsuhara, Y Mino, O Miyakawa, S Miyoki, M Y Morimoto, T Morioka, T Morisawa, S Moriwaki, S Mukohyama, M Musha, S Nagano, I Naito, N Nakagawa, K Nakamura, H Nakano, K Nakao, S Nakasuka, Y Nakayama, E Nishida, K Nishiyama, A Nishizawa, Y Niwa, M Ohashi, N Ohishi, M Ohkawa, A Okutomi, K Onozato, K Oohara, N Sago, M Saijo, M Sakagami, S-i Sakai, S Sakata, M Sasaki, T Sato, M Shibata, H Shinkai, K Somiya, H Sotani, N Sugiyama, Y Suwa, H Tagoshi, K Takahashi, K Takahashi, T Takahashi, H Takahashi, R Takahashi, R Takahashi, A Takamori, T Takano, K Taniguchi, A Taruya, H Tashiro, M Tokuda, M Tokunari, M Toyoshima, S Tsujikawa, Y Tsunesada, K-i Ueda, M Utashima, H Yamakawa, K Yamamoto, T Yamazaki, J Yokoyama, C-M Yoo, S Yoshida and T Yoshino 2008 J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 120 032004 (5pp) doi: 10.1088/1742-6596/120/3/032004|
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