FIRST SEARCH FOR GRAVITATIONAL WAVES FROM THE YOUNGEST KNOWN NEUTRON STAR

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  title={FIRST SEARCH FOR GRAVITATIONAL WAVES FROM THE YOUNGEST KNOWN NEUTRON STAR},
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Whitcomb and Darren J. White and Bernard F Whiting and Clive R. Wilkinson and Phil A. Willems and L. Williams and Benno Willke and Lutz Winkelmann and Walter Winkler and Christopher C. Wipf and A. G. Wiseman and Graham Woan and R. Wooley and John R. Worden and Igor Yakushin and H. Yamamoto and K. Yamamoto and David Yeaton-Massey and Sanichiro Yoshida and Pengfei Yu and Michele Zanolin and L. Zhang and Z. Zhang and C Zhao and Natalia V. Zotov and Michael Edward Zucker and J. G. Zweizig},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={722},
  pages={1504 - 1513}
}
We present a search for periodic gravitational waves from the neutron star in the supernova remnant Cassiopeia A. The search coherently analyzes data in a 12 day interval taken from the fifth science run of the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory. It searches gravitational-wave frequencies from 100 to 300 Hz and covers a wide range of first and second frequency derivatives appropriate for the age of the remnant and for different spin-down mechanisms. No gravitational-wave signal… 

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