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    The Gaia Mission Could Moonlight as a Gravitational Wave Detector

    A team of astronomers from the University of Cambridge recently showed how the Gaia mission could also help in the search for gravitational waves.
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    https://arxiv.org/abs/1707.06239

    I tried to understand it but it's quite jargony (tetrad components of the photon’s four-momentum ...umm....). But using our oscillating planet to detect gravitational waves (if I understood that right)... Wow.

    But, 'This work has been supported by Grant [...]' ... I suppose it must be OK.
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