Analytical computation of quasi-normal modes of slowly-rotating black-holes in dCS gravity

@inproceedings{Srivastava2021AnalyticalCO,
  title={Analytical computation of quasi-normal modes of slowly-rotating black-holes in dCS gravity},
  author={Manu Srivastava and Yanbei Chen and S. Shankaranarayanan},
  year={2021}
}
Using gravitational wave observations to search for deviations from general relativity in the stronggravity regime has become an important research direction. One aspect of the strong gravity modifications to GR is parity violation. Chern Simons (CS) gravity is one of the most frequently studied parity-violating models of strong gravity. CS gravity is indistinguishable from GR for all conformally flat space-times and for space-times that possess a maximally symmetric 2-dimensional subspace… Expand

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