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Overview of KAGRA: Detector design and construction history

Title
Overview of KAGRA: Detector design and construction history
Authors
Flaminio, R.Fujii, Y.Fukunaga, M.Fukushima, M.Ge, G.Hagiwara, A.Haino, S.Hasegawa, K.Hayakawa, H.Hayama, K.Himemoto, Y.Hiranuma, Y.Hirata, N.Hirose, E.Hong, Z.Hsieh, B. H.Izumi, K.Jung, K.Jung, P.Kajita, T.Kamiizumi, M.Kanda, N.Kang, G.Kawaguchi, K.Kawai, N.Kawasaki, T.Kim, C.Huang, C-ZHuang, P.Huang, Y.Ikenoue, B.Imam, S.Inayoshi, K.Inoue, Y.Ioka, K.Itoh, Y.Uehara, T.Ueno, K.Ueshima, G.Uraguchi, F.Ushiba, T.van Putten, M. H. P. M.Vocca, H.Wang, J.Wu, C.Wu, H.Wu, S.Xu, W-RYamada, T.Yamamoto, K.Yokogawa, K.Yokoyama, J.Yokozawa, T.Yoshioka, T.Yuzurihara, H.Zeidler, S.Zhao, Y.Zhu, Z-HKAGRA CollaborationKim, Y-MKimura, N.Kita, N.Kitazawa, H.Kojima, Y.Kokeyama, K.Komori, K.Kong, K. H.Kotake, K.Kozakai, C.Kozu, R.Kumar, R.Kume, J.Kuo, C.Kuo, H-SKuroyanagi, S.Kusayanagi, S.Kim, J. C.Kim, S.Kwak, K.Lee, H. K.Lee, H. W.Lee, R.Leonardi, M.Lin, L. C-CLin, C-YLin, F-LLiu, C.Luo, L-WMarchio, M.Mio, N.Michimura, Y.Miyakawa, O.Miyamoto, A.Miyazaki, Y.Miyo, K.Miyoki, S.Morisaki, S.Moriwaki, Y.Nagano, K.Nagano, S.Nakamura, K.Nakano, H.Nakano, M.Nakashima, R.Narikawa, T.Negishi, R.Ni, W-TNishizawa, A.Obuchi, Y.Ogaki, W.Oh, J. J.Oh, S. H.Ohashi, M.Ohishi, N.Ohkawa, M.Okutomi, K.Oohara, K.Ooi, P.Oshino, S.Pan, K.Pang, H.Park, J.PenaArellano, F. E.Pinto, ISago, N.Saito, S.Saito, Y.Sakai, K.Sakai, Y.Sakuno, Y.Sato, S.Sato, T.Sawada, T.Sekiguchi, T.Sekiguchi, Y.Shibagaki, S.Shimizu, R.Shimoda, T.Shimode, K.Shinkai, H.Shishido, T.Shoda, A.Somiya, K.Son, E. J.Sotani, H.Sugimoto, R.Suzuki, T.Tagoshi, H.Takahashi, H.Takahashi, R.Takamori, A.Takano, S.Takeda, H.Takeda, M.Tanaka, H.Tanaka, K.Tanioka, S.San Martin, E. N. TapiaTelada, S.Tomaru, T.Tomigami, Y.Tomura, T.Travasso, F.Trozzo, L.Tsang, T.Tsubono, K.Tsuchida, S.Tsuzuki, T.Tuyenbayev, D.Uchikata, N.Uchiyama, T.Ueda, A.Akutsu, T.Ando, M.Arai, K.Arai, Y.Araki, S.Araya, A.Aritomi, N.Aso, Y.Bae, S.Bae, Y.Baiotti, L.Bajpai, R.Barton, M. A.Cannon, K.Capocasa, E.Chan, M.Chen, C.Chen, K.Chen, Y.Chu, H.Chu, Y-KEguchi, S.Enomoto, Y.
Ewha Authors
김정리
SCOPUS Author ID
김정리scopus
Issue Date
2021
Journal Title
PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS
ISSN
2050-3911JCR Link
Citation
PROGRESS OF THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS vol. 2021, no. 5
Publisher
OXFORD UNIV PRESS INC
Indexed
SCIE; SCOPUS WOS
Document Type
Article
Abstract
KAGRA is a newly built gravitational-wave telescope, a laser interferometer comprising arms with a length of 3 km, located in Kamioka, Gifu, Japan. KAGRA was constructed under the ground and it is operated using cryogenic mirrors that help in reducing the seismic and thermal noise. Both technologies are expected to provide directions for the future of gravitational-wave telescopes. In 2019, KAGRA finished all installations with the designed configuration, which we call the baseline KAGRA. For this occasion, we present an overview of the baseline KAGRA from various viewpoints in a series of articles. In this article, we introduce the design configurations of KAGRA with its historical background.
DOI
10.1093/ptep/ptaa125
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