Cooling of hypernuclear compact stars

  title={Cooling of hypernuclear compact stars},
  author={Ad. R. Raduta and Armen Sedrakian and Fridolin Weber},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
We study the thermal evolution of hypernuclear compact stars constructed from covariant density functional theory of hypernuclear matter and parameterizations which produce sequences of stars containing two-solar-mass objects. For the input in the simulations, we solve the Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer gap equations in the hyperonic sector and obtain the gaps in the spectra of $\Lambda$, $\Xi^0$ and $\Xi^-$ hyperons. For the models with masses $M/M_{\odot} \ge 1.5$ the neutrino cooling is dominated… 

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