Tests of General Relativity and Fundamental Physics with Space-based Gravitational Wave Detectors

Kavli Affiliate: David H. Shoemaker

| First 5 Authors: Emanuele Berti, Enrico Barausse, Ilias Cholis, Juan Garcia-Bellido, Kelly Holley-Bockelmann

| Summary:

Low-frequency gravitational-wave astronomy can perform precision tests of
general relativity and probe fundamental physics in a regime previously
inaccessible. A space-based detector will be a formidable tool to explore
gravity’s role in the cosmos, potentially telling us if and where Einstein’s
theory fails and providing clues about some of the greatest mysteries in
physics and astronomy, such as dark matter and the origin of the Universe.

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