Loosely coherent search in LIGO O1 data for continuous gravitational waves from Terzan 5 and the Galactic Center

@article{Dergachev2019LooselyCS,
  title={Loosely coherent search in LIGO O1 data for continuous gravitational waves from Terzan 5 and the Galactic Center},
  author={Vladimir Dergachev and Maria Alessandra Papa and B. Steltner and H. B. Eggenstein},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2019}
}
We report results of a search for continuous gravitational waves from a region covering the globular cluster Terzan 5 and the galactic center. Continuous gravitational waves are expected from fast-spinning, slightly non-axisymmetric isolated neutron stars as well as more exotic objects. The regions that we target are believed to be unusually abundant in neutron stars. We use a new loosely coherent search method that allows to reach unprecedented levels of sensitivity for this type of search… 

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