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A frequency resolved atlas of the sky in continuous gravitational waves

@inproceedings{Dergachev2022AFR,
  title={A frequency resolved atlas of the sky in continuous gravitational waves},
  author={Vladimir Dergachev and Maria Alessandra Papa},
  year={2022}
}
We present the first atlas of the continuous gravitational wave sky, produced using LIGO O3a public data. For each 0.045 Hz frequency band and every point on the sky the atlas provides upper limits, signal-to-noise ratios (SNR) and frequencies where the search measures the maximum SNR. The results presented in the atlas are produced with the Falcon pipeline and cover nearly monochromatic gravitational wave signals in the 500-1000 Hz band, with up to ±5 × 10−11 Hz/s frequency derivative… 
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