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Synthetic LISA
A public-domain C++ package to simulate the LISA science process (by M. Vallisneri and J. Armstrong)
The LISA simulator
Open source software for simulating the response of the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna to an arbitrary gravitational wave signal (by N. Cornish and L. Rubbo)
The LISA calculator
The LISA Calculator models gravitational waves emitted by circular binary systems, as well as the motion and resonse1 of LISA (by J. Crowder and N. Cornish).
Mock LISA Data Archive
Based at Goddard Space Flight Center, aims to provide realistic simulations of the output from the LISA observatory to interested researchers developing algorithms for analyzing LISA data. Will host datasets for the upcoming Mock LISA Data Challenges.
Survey of LISA-related literature
A selection of material relevant to LISA and low-frequency gravitational waves (by S. L. Larson and L. J. Rubbo).
Pathfinder mission page (RSSD/ESA)
Contains information about the LISA pathfinder collaboration, mission technology, and meetings.
Beyond Einstein Program Assessment Committee
Committee of the US National Academies' Space Studies Board, tasked with assessing the NASA Beyond Einstein Program including LISA
Testbed for LISA Data Analysis
Based at Penn State University, aims to provide realistic simulations of the output from the LISA observatory to interested researchers developing algorithms for analyzing LISA data.
The Space Place
NASA outreach website aimed at elementary school age kids; features a LISA description, a gravitational wave crossword and interviews with LISA scientists Kip Thorne and Karsten Danzmann.
Einstein Online
An outreach website about Einstein's theories of relativity, including material about gravitational waves in general and LISA in particular.
LISA - Opening a new window on the Universe (NASA)
LISA outreach site from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Includes an introduction to gravitational waves, a description of the LISA mission, interviews with LISA scientists and much more
LISA Overview (ESA)
A brief description of the LISA mission and its goals, from the Space Sciences department of the European Space Agency
Imagine the Universe!
Outreach site maintained by NASA; contains, among lots of other information about astronomy and astrophysics, special features about LISA and about gravitational waves
Gravitational wave icebreaker activity
An icebreaker activity, suited for used in classrooms, developed at the Penn State Center for Gravitational Wave Physics: Search for the gravitational wave signal in the noise!
Sensitivity Curves for Spaceborne Gravitational Wave Observatories
An online sensitivity curve generator which can be used to explore the average sensitivity characteristics of any equal arm observatory operating in a standard Michelson mode (US LISA Mission Science Office at JPL).
LISA Science Team
The website of the LISA science team, which coordinates LISA development. Contains information about the LIST members, LIST meetings and more.
LISA mission homepage (ESA)
ESA's homepage for the LISA mission. Includes fact sheets, material about the mission operation and spacecraft as well as background information about LISA science.
NASA's "Beyond Einstein" program
Homepage of the "Beyond Einstein" program of which LISA is part. Has links to program information, education & outreach sites and news items.
LISA pathfinder mission (ESA)
Mission homepage for LISA pathfinder, the satellite that is to demonstrate the key technologies to be used in the LISA mission.
Space Technology 7 (NASA)
Description of the ST7 mission, which contributes the advanced propulsion technology needed to keep LISA Pathfinder - and, later on, the LISA satellites - flying