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Research Article

The LISA-Taiji Network: Precision Localization of Coalescing Massive Black Hole Binaries

Figure 1

Configuration of the LISA-Taiji network. The LISA constellation moves in a heliocentric orbit behind the Earth by about 20° while the Taiji constellation orbits the Sun ahead of the Earth by about 20°. As expected, the LISA-Taiji network with a separation distance of about 0.7 AU can improve the sky localization of GW sources.