Constraining the dense matter equation-of-state with radio pulsars

@inproceedings{Hu2020ConstrainingTD,
  title={Constraining the dense matter equation-of-state with radio pulsars},
  author={H. Hu and M. Kramer and N. Wex and D. Champion and M. S. Kehl},
  year={2020}
}
  • H. Hu, M. Kramer, +2 authors M. S. Kehl
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • Radio pulsars provide some of the most important constraints for our understanding of matter at supranuclear densities. So far, these constraints are mostly given by precision mass measurements of neutron stars (NS). By combining single measurements of the two most massive pulsars, J0348+0432 and J0740+6620, the resulting lower limit of 1.98 M (99% confidence) of the maximum NS mass, excludes a large number of equations of state (EOSs). Further EOS constraints, complementary to other methods… CONTINUE READING

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