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Secondary component of gravitational-wave signal GW190814 as an anisotropic neutron star

@inproceedings{Roupas2020SecondaryCO,
  title={Secondary component of gravitational-wave signal GW190814 as an anisotropic neutron star},
  author={Z. Roupas},
  year={2020}
}
  • Z. Roupas
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • The gravitational-wave signal GW190814 involves a compact object with mass (2.50 − 2.67)M⊙ within the so-called low mass gap. As yet, a general consensus on its nature, being a black hole, a neutron star or an exotic star, has not been achieved. We investigate the possibility this compact object to be an anisotropic neutron star. Anisotropies in a neutron star core arise naturally by effects such as superfluidity, hyperons, strong magnetic fields and allow the maximum mass to exceed that of the… CONTINUE READING

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