Low mass binary neutron star mergers : gravitational waves and neutrino emission

@article{Foucart2016LowMB,
  title={Low mass binary neutron star mergers : gravitational waves and neutrino emission},
  author={Francois Foucart and Roland Haas and Matthew D Duez and Evan P. O’Connor and Christian D. Ott and Luke F Roberts and Lawrence E. Kidder and Jonas Lippuner and Harald P. Pfeiffer and Mark A. Scheel},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2016},
  volume={93},
  pages={044019}
}
Neutron star mergers are among the most promising sources of gravitational waves for advanced ground-based detectors. These mergers are also expected to power bright electromagnetic signals, in the form of short gamma-ray bursts, infrared/optical transients powered by r-process nucleosynthesis in neutron-rich material ejected by the merger, and radio emission from the interaction of that ejecta with the interstellar medium. Simulations of these mergers with fully general relativistic codes are… 
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