# Tests for the existence of horizon through gravitational waves from a small binary in the vicinity of a massive object

@article{Fang2021TestsFT, title={Tests for the existence of horizon through gravitational waves from a small binary in the vicinity of a massive object}, author={Yun Fang and Rong-Zhen Guo and Qing Guo Huang}, journal={Physics Letters B}, year={2021} }

## 5 Citations

### Near-horizon microstructure and superradiant instabilities of black holes

- Education, PhysicsPhysical Review D
- 2022

Rong-Zhen Guo, 2, ∗ Chen Yuan, 2, † and Qing-Guo Huang 2, 3, 4, ‡ CAS Key Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Institute of Theoretical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100190, China…

### Gravitational-wave echoes from numerical-relativity waveforms via spacetime construction near merging compact objects

- PhysicsPhysical Review D
- 2022

We propose a new approach toward reconstructing the late-time near-horizon geometry of merging binary black holes, and toward computing gravitational-wave echoes from exotic compact objects. A binary…

### Generalized Hayward spacetimes: Geometry, matter, and scalar quasinormal modes

- PhysicsPhysical Review D
- 2022

Bardeen’s 1968 idea of a regular black hole spacetime was revived by Hayward in 2006 through the construction of a new example of such a geometry. Later it was realised by Neves and Saa, that a…

### Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Fundamental Physics and Beyond the Standard Model

- Physics, Geology
- 2022

Gravitational wave detectors are formidable tools to explore strong-ﬁeld gravity, especially black holes and neutron stars. These compact objects are extraordinarily efﬁcient at producing…

### Resonances, black hole mimickers, and the greenhouse effect: Consequences for gravitational-wave physics

- PhysicsPhysical Review D
- 2022

Ultracompact objects with photonspheres are known to mimic many observational features of black holes. It has been suggested that anomalous tidal heating or the presence of resonances in…

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