This answer to What do the gravitational wave findings mean for Evolved Laser Interferometer Space Antenna satellite says:
Given that the LPF is already launched, I doubt that it will be cancelled. I expect quite the contrary, eLISA is a perfect opportunity to do the confirmation of the results found by the LIGO team, and will gain more public interest from the recent news.
and a comment below it says:
It will cover a different frequency range as well. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evolved_Laser_Interferometer_Space_Antenna#/media/File:LISA_and_eLISA_noise_curves.png
and that frequency range corresponds to the one discussed in What produces gravitational waves with “periods between about 100 - 8000 seconds”?
- What exactly is eLISA
- How will it benefit from LISA Pathfinder
- How large will eLISA be?