Status and perspectives of Continuous Gravitational Wave searches

@inproceedings{Juliana2022StatusAP,
  title={Status and perspectives of Continuous Gravitational Wave searches},
  author={Piccinni Ornella Juliana},
  year={2022}
}
: The birth of gravitational wave astronomy was triggered by the first detection of a signal produced by the merger of two compact objects (also known as a compact binary coalescence event). The following detections made by the Earth-based network of advanced interferometers had a significant impact in many fields of science: astrophysics, cosmology, nuclear physics and fundamental physics. However, compact binary coalescence signals are not the only type of gravitational waves potentially… 
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