Black holes, gravitational waves take Yale prof to NASA’s LISA mission
NASA has named professor of astronomy and physics Priyamvada Natarajan to its team of U.S. scientists lending expertise on gravitational waves and astrophysics for the upcoming LISA mission.
LISA — which stands for Laser Interferometer Space Antenna — is a space-based, gravitational wave observatory that will be composed of three spacecraft separated by millions of miles. The mission, scheduled for the early 2030s, is a collaboration between NASA, the European Space Agency, and the LISA consortium.
Natarajan is a member of the NASA LISA Study Team.
This has been excerpted from the Yale University Press Release by Jim Shelton. The full release can be found at the link, below.