A baby step to Beyond Einstein
A cooperative mission will pave the way for investigating dark energy, black holes, and gravity waves.
August 29, 2005
|One of Beyond Einstein's flagship missions, the Laser Interferometer and Space Antenna, has seen some setbacks already. According to Jordan Camp, deputy project scientist for LISA at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland, NASA's new exploration vision has hit both LISA's funding the project's 2005 budget was half of the $26 million expected and its schedule, delaying launch to 2013 at the soonest. |
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