Kilohertz gravitational waves from binary neutron star remnants: Time-domain model and constraints on extreme matter

@article{Breschi2019KilohertzGW,
  title={Kilohertz gravitational waves from binary neutron star remnants: Time-domain model and constraints on extreme matter},
  author={Matteo Breschi and Sebastiano Bernuzzi and Francesco Zappa and Michalis Agathos and Albino Perego and Davide Radice and Alessandro Nagar},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2019}
}
The remnant star of a neutron star merger is an anticipated loud source of kiloHertz gravitational waves that conveys unique information on the equation of state of hot matter at extreme densities. Observations of such signals are hampered by the photon shot noise of ground-based interferometers and pose a challenge for gravitational-wave astronomy. We develop an analytical time-domain waveform model for postmerger signals informed by numerical relativity simulations. The model completes… Expand
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