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Being careful with GW190412 interpretations

@inproceedings{Safarzadeh2020BeingCW,
  title={Being careful with GW190412 interpretations},
  author={M. Safarzadeh and K. Hotokezaka},
  year={2020}
}
The LIGO/Virgo Scientific Collaboration recently announced the detection of a compact object binary merger, GW190412, as the first asymmetric binary black hole (BBH) merger with mass ratio q ≈ 0.25. Other than the mass ratio, this BBH has shown to have a positive effective spin of around χeff ≈ 0.28. Assuming a field formation channel, associating this effective spin to either the primary or the secondary BH each has its implications: If the spin of the BBH comes form the primary BH, it would… Expand

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