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The Sound of Clearing the Throat: Gravitational Waves from a Black Hole Orbiting in a Wormhole Geometry

@inproceedings{Dent2020TheSO,
  title={The Sound of Clearing the Throat: Gravitational Waves from a Black Hole Orbiting in a Wormhole Geometry},
  author={J. Dent and W. Gabella and K. Holley-Bockelmann and Thomas W. Kephart},
  year={2020}
}
  • J. Dent, W. Gabella, +1 author Thomas W. Kephart
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • Current ground-based gravitational wave detectors are tuned to capture the collision of compact objects such as stellar origin black holes and neutron stars; over 20 such events have been published to date. Theoretically, however, more exotic compact objects may exist, collisions of which should also generate copious gravitational waves. In this paper, we model the inspiral of a stellar mass black hole into a stable, non-spinning, traversable wormhole, and find a characteristic waveform – an… CONTINUE READING

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