Gravitational wave background from extreme mass ratio inspirals

@article{Bonetti2020GravitationalWB,
  title={Gravitational wave background from extreme mass ratio inspirals},
  author={Matteo Bonetti and A. Sesana},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
  year={2020}
}
Extreme mass ratio inspirals (EMRIs), i.e. binary systems comprised by a compact stellar-mass object orbiting a massive black hole, are expected to be among the primary gravitational wave (GW) sources for the forthcoming LISA mission. The astrophysical processes leading to the formation of such systems still remain poorly understood, resulting into large uncertainties in the predicted cosmic rate of these sources, spanning at least three orders of magnitude. As LISA can individually resolve… Expand
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