Sub-Millimeter Mountains on Neutron Stars

rbpeake
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Topic 225724

Sub-millimeter mountains on neutron stars would make gravitational waves fainter and harder to detect.
https://apple.news/AOFWYrv1XQb-2BuASYKUa9g

tullio
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They should emit continuous

They should emit continuous gravitational waves that are the object of our research. I have seen a Youtube video with dr.Maria Alessandra Papa  explaining this fact.

Tullio

rbpeake
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Very interesting talk, thank

Very interesting talk, thank you!

astro-marwil
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Hello! Here you find some

Hello!

Here you find some details about.

And here you´ll find the paper. It became possible due to our work here.

Kind regards, stay healthy and happy crunching.

Martin

petri33
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Faint signal, still existent

Faint signal, still existent -- The time may be turning and it is time for me to take a look at the AI.

 

There is a possibility to make new science and at least one open source AI library to be used in finding massive colliding objects.

 

Naah. Not now -- I need a hobby in the future too. I'll optimize the current set.

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