GW190814: Impact of a 2.6 solar mass neutron star on the nucleonic equations of state

@article{Fattoyev2020GW190814IO,
  title={GW190814: Impact of a 2.6 solar mass neutron star on the nucleonic equations of state},
  author={F. J. Fattoyev and C. J. Horowitz and Jorge Piekarewicz and Brendan T. Reed},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2020}
}
Is the secondary component of GW190814 the lightest black hole or the heaviest neutron star ever discovered in a double compact-object system [R. Abbott et al., ApJ Lett., 896, L44 (2020)]? This is the central question animating this letter. Covariant density functional theory provides a unique framework to investigate both the properties of finite nuclei and neutron stars, while enforcing causality at all densities. By tuning existing energy density functionals we were able to: (a) account for… Expand

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