Searches for continuous gravitational waves from nine young supernova remnants

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  title={Searches for continuous gravitational waves from nine young supernova remnants},
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Kinzel and J. S. Kissel and Sergey Klimenko and J. T. Kline and S. M. Koehlenbeck and Keiko Kokeyama and V. T. Kondrashov and Mikhail Korobko and William Z Korth and Izabela Jonek Kowalska and Darby Kozak and V. Kringel and Badri Krishnan and Andrzej Kr{\'o}lak and C. Krueger and G. Kuehn and A. Kumar and P. Kumar and L. Kuo and Adam Kutynia and Michael Landry and Brian Lantz and Shane L. Larson and Paul D. Lasky and Albert Lazzarini and C Lazzaro and J. Le and Paola Leaci and Sean Leavey and Eric O. Lebigot and Eric O. Lebigot and C. H. Lee and H. K. Lee and H. m. Lee and Matteo Leonardi and Jonathan Leong and Nicolas Leroy and Nicolas Letendre and Yuri Levin and Brahm Levine and Jeffrey B. Lewis and T. G. F. Li and Kenneth George Libbrecht and Adam A. Libson and Angie C. Lin and Tyson B. Littenberg and N. A. Lockerbie and Vera Lockett and Joshua Logue and A. L. Lombardi and Marco Lorenzini and Vincent Loriette and Marc Lormand and Giovanni Losurdo},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={813},
  pages={39}
}
We describe directed searches for continuous gravitational waves in data from the sixth LIGO science data run. The targets were nine young supernova remnants not associated with pulsars; eight of the remnants are associated with non-pulsing suspected neutron stars. One target's parameters are uncertain enough to warrant two searches, for a total of ten. Each search covered a broad band of frequencies and first and second frequency derivatives for a fixed sky direction. The searches coherently… 

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