TESTING MOND WITH LISA PATHFINDER . Jo ã o Magueijo Theoretical Physics Group Imperial College. Based on Bekenstein & Magueijo, astro-ph/0602266; Bevis, Magueijo, Trenkel, Kemble, arXiv: 0912.0710; Trenkle, Kemble, Bevis, Magueijo, arXiv: 1001.1303.
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Theoretical Physics Group
Bekenstein & Magueijo, astro-ph/0602266;
Bevis, Magueijo, Trenkel, Kemble, arXiv:0912.0710;
Trenkle, Kemble, Bevis, Magueijo, arXiv:1001.1303
(often quoted as a rule of thumb)
≈ 1.3x10-14N / √Hz around 1mHz
The intuition behind the basic prediction Bekenstein & Magueijo, astro-ph/0602266
Fourier transform of the signal
Single dV manoeuvres between 0.5m/s and 1m/s applied at 0.25 day intervals
It would answer important questions: