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Laser Interferometer Space Antenna, LISA
post Jan 28 2016, 01:09 AM
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I can note that this (LPF) is a Pathfinder for the next generation spacecraft, called eLISA.


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post Feb 14 2016, 10:15 AM
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The first of two sets of locks holding Lisa Pathfinder's test cubes in place have been released. The cubes will be fully released on the 15th of February which will allow science operations to begin on the 1st of March.

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post Jun 7 2016, 04:17 PM
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LISA Pathfinder Exceeds Expectations

and the Physical Review Letters paper (pdf in open access):
Sub-Femto-g Free Fall for Space-Based Gravitational Wave Observatories: LISA Pathfinder Results
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post Jul 3 2017, 09:22 PM
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Good summary of the mission and its technology (with applications for many other spacecraft, not just gravity wave observing) http://sci.esa.int/lisa-pathfinder/59238-l...lazing-mission/

Last data taken on June 30th, EOM July 18, and a maneuver into a parking orbit around the Sun.
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