Orbital dynamics of binary boson star systems

@article{Palenzuela2008OrbitalDO,
  title={Orbital dynamics of binary boson star systems},
  author={Carlos Palenzuela and Luis Lehner and Steven L. Liebling},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2008},
  volume={77},
  pages={044036}
}
We extend our previous studies of head-on collisions of boson stars by considering orbiting binary boson stars. We concentrate on equal-mass binaries and study the dynamical behavior of boson/boson and boson/antiboson pairs. We examine the gravitational wave output of these binaries and compare with other compact binaries. Such a comparison lets us probe the apparent simplicity observed in gravitational waves produced by black hole binary systems. In our system of interest however, there is an… 

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