On-ground tests are required to study the couplings between LISA test masses and the spacecraft that host them. In order to study couplings that might act between two ore more degrees of freedom in measuring the position and acting on the position of each test mass, a many degrees of freedom facility is needed. Here we present the status of our new 2 DoF double torsion pendulum, that will be used to test LISA Gravitational Reference Sensor (GRS) on the ground.

Ground based 2 DoF test for LISA and LISA pathfinder: A status report.

C. GRIMANI;F. VETRANO;ANDREA VICERE;
2006-01-01

Abstract

On-ground tests are required to study the couplings between LISA test masses and the spacecraft that host them. In order to study couplings that might act between two ore more degrees of freedom in measuring the position and acting on the position of each test mass, a many degrees of freedom facility is needed. Here we present the status of our new 2 DoF double torsion pendulum, that will be used to test LISA Gravitational Reference Sensor (GRS) on the ground.
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