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The effects of dark matter on compact binary systems

@inproceedings{Hassani2021TheEO,
  title={The effects of dark matter on compact binary systems},
  author={Ebrahim Hassani and Amin Rezaei Akbarieh and Yousef Izadi},
  year={2021}
}
As compact binary star systems move inside the halo of our Galaxies, they interact with dark matter particles. The interaction between dark matter particles and baryonic matter causes dark matter particles to lose some part of their kinetic energy. After dark matter particles have lost part of their kinetic energy, they gravitationally bound to stars and stars start to accrete dark matter particles from the halo. The accretion of dark matter particles inside compact binary systems increases the… Expand

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