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Probing planetary-mass primordial black holes with continuous gravitational waves

@inproceedings{Miller2020ProbingPP,
  title={Probing planetary-mass primordial black holes with continuous gravitational waves},
  author={A. Miller and S. Clesse and F. D. Lillo and G. Bruno and A. Depasse and A. Tanasijczuk},
  year={2020}
}
  • A. Miller, S. Clesse, +3 authors A. Tanasijczuk
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • Gravitational waves can probe the existence of planetary-mass primordial black holes. Considering a mass range of [10−7 − 10−2]M , inspiraling primordial black holes could emit either continuous gravitational waves, quasi-monochromatic signals that last for many years, or transient continuous waves, signals whose frequency evolution follows a power law and last for O(hours-months). We show that primordial black hole binaries in our galaxy may produce detectable gravitational waves for different… CONTINUE READING

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