Virtual Talk: Maximizing Multi-messenger Astronomy with LISA

Kelly Holley-Bockelmann
Vanderbilt University

The Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA), a space-based gravitational wave mission set to launch in the 2030’s, will be rife with a variety of multi-messenger sources, from thousands of individual binary stellar remnants in the Milky Way to massive black hole mergers throughout the entire Universe. We will discuss how LISA data can combine with radio, optical, X-ray and particle observations to become one of the most transformative tools in astronomy, and will cover how, when, and what data will maximize LISA’s potential for multi-messenger science.

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