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Effective field theory for compact object evolution in binary inspirals

@inproceedings{Martnez2020EffectiveFT,
  title={Effective field theory for compact object evolution in binary inspirals},
  author={Irvin Mart{\'i}nez and Amanda Weltman},
  year={2020}
}
Using the effective field theory framework for extended objects we describe the evolution of spinning compact objects in the late inspiral of the coalescence of a binary, before the plunge and merger, by including leading order corrections due to spin, tides, dissipation and gravitational wave radiation. Our implementation is of particular relevance for probing the stellar structure of compact objects with gravitational wave observations. A spinning compact object in the effective field theory… 
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