Relativity and Cosmology


Will Solar Oscillations Spoil the Lisa Experiment?

Authors: John Hunter

A conjecture is discussed whereby the gravitational mass of an object depends on its mass/radius ratio. If the conjecture is true then solar oscillations of the sun would cause large signals for LISA. These signals would be greater than those produced by gravitational waves from distant sources, and potentially spoil the experiment.

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[v1] 10 Aug 2009

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