Analytical coordinate time at first post-Newtonian order

  title={Analytical coordinate time at first post-Newtonian order},
  author={Vittorio De Falco and Emmanuele Battista and John Antoniadis},
  journal={Europhysics Letters},
In this letter, we exploit the Damour-Deruelle solution to derive the analytical expression of the coordinate time in terms of the polar angle. This formula has advantageous applications in both pulsar timing and gravitational-wave theory. 



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