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author = {Armano, M and Audley, H and Baird, J and Binetruy, P and Born, M and Bortoluzzi, D and Brandt, N and Castelli, E and Cavalleri, A and Cesarini, A and Cruise, AM and Danzmann, K and Silva, MDD and Diepholz, I and Dixon, G and Dolesi, R and Ferraioli, L and Ferroni, V and Fitzsimons, ED and Flatscher, R and Freschi, M and Garcia, A and Gerndt, R and Gesa, L and Giardini, D and Gibert, F and Giusteri, R and Grimani, C and Grzymisch, J and Guzman, F and Harrison, I and Hartig, M-S and Hechenblaikner, G and Heinzel, G and Hewitson, M and Hollington, D and Hoyland, D and Hueller, M and Inchauspe, H and Jennrich, O and Jetzer, P and Johann, U and Johlander, B and Karnesis, N and Kaune, B and Killow, CJ and Korsakova, N and Lobo, JA and Lopez-Zaragoza, JP and Maarschalkerweerd, R and Mance, D and Martin, V and Martin-Polo, L and Martin-Porqueras, F and Martino, J and McNamara, PW and Mendes, J and Mendes, L and Meshksar, N and Monsky, A and Nofrarias, M and Paczkowski, S and Perreur-Lloyd, M a},
doi = {10.1103/PhysRevD.106.082001},
journal = {Physical Review D: Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology},
pages = {1--34},
title = {Sensor noise in LISA Pathfinder: An extensive in-flight review of the angular and longitudinal interferometric measurement system},
url = {},
volume = {106},
year = {2022}

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AB - In a previous article [1], we have reported on the first subpicometer interferometer flown in space as part of ESA’s LISA Pathfinder mission, and have shown the residual sensor noise to be on the level of 32.0+2.4−1.7  fm/√Hz. This review provides a deeper and more complete overview of the full system and its interferometric mission performance under varying operational conditions, allowing a much more detailed view on the noise model. We also include the optical measurements of rotations through differential wave front sensing (DWS), which reached a sensitivity of as good as 100  prad/√Hz. We present more evidence for the long-term stability of the interferometric performance and components. This proves a solid foundation for future interferometry in space such as the LISA mission.
AU - Armano,M
AU - Audley,H
AU - Baird,J
AU - Binetruy,P
AU - Born,M
AU - Bortoluzzi,D
AU - Brandt,N
AU - Castelli,E
AU - Cavalleri,A
AU - Cesarini,A
AU - Cruise,AM
AU - Danzmann,K
AU - Silva,MDD
AU - Diepholz,I
AU - Dixon,G
AU - Dolesi,R
AU - Ferraioli,L
AU - Ferroni,V
AU - Fitzsimons,ED
AU - Flatscher,R
AU - Freschi,M
AU - Garcia,A
AU - Gerndt,R
AU - Gesa,L
AU - Giardini,D
AU - Gibert,F
AU - Giusteri,R
AU - Grimani,C
AU - Grzymisch,J
AU - Guzman,F
AU - Harrison,I
AU - Hartig,M-S
AU - Hechenblaikner,G
AU - Heinzel,G
AU - Hewitson,M
AU - Hollington,D
AU - Hoyland,D
AU - Hueller,M
AU - Inchauspe,H
AU - Jennrich,O
AU - Jetzer,P
AU - Johann,U
AU - Johlander,B
AU - Karnesis,N
AU - Kaune,B
AU - Killow,CJ
AU - Korsakova,N
AU - Lobo,JA
AU - Lopez-Zaragoza,JP
AU - Maarschalkerweerd,R
AU - Mance,D
AU - Martin,V
AU - Martin-Polo,L
AU - Martin-Porqueras,F
AU - Martino,J
AU - McNamara,PW
AU - Mendes,J
AU - Mendes,L
AU - Meshksar,N
AU - Monsky,A
AU - Nofrarias,M
AU - Paczkowski,S
AU - Perreur-Lloyd,M
AU - Petiteau,A
AU - Plagnol,E
AU - Ramos-Castro,J
AU - Reiche,J
AU - Rivas,F
AU - Robertson,DI
AU - Russano,G
AU - Sanjuan,J
AU - Slutsky,J
AU - Sopuerta,CF
AU - Steier,F
AU - Sumner,T
AU - Texier,D
AU - Thorpe,JI
AU - Vetrugno,D
AU - Vitale,S
AU - Wand,V
AU - Wanner,G
AU - Ward,H
AU - Wass,PJ
AU - Weber,WJ
AU - Wissel,L
AU - Wittchen,A
AU - Zweifel,P
DO - 10.1103/PhysRevD.106.082001
EP - 34
PY - 2022///
SN - 1550-2368
SP - 1
TI - Sensor noise in LISA Pathfinder: An extensive in-flight review of the angular and longitudinal interferometric measurement system
T2 - Physical Review D: Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology
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VL - 106
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