Will gravitational waves discover the first extra-galactic planetary system?

@article{Danielski2020WillGW,
  title={Will gravitational waves discover the first extra-galactic planetary system?},
  author={Camilla Danielski and Nicola Tamanini},
  journal={International Journal of Modern Physics D},
  year={2020},
  pages={2043007}
}
Gravitational waves have opened a new observational window through which some of the most exotic objects in the Universe, as well as some of the secrets of gravitation itself, can now be revealed. Among all these new discoveries, we recently demonstrated [N. Tamanini & C. Danielski, Nat. Astron., 3(9), 858 (2019)] that space-based gravitational wave observations will have the potential to detect a new population of massive circumbinary exoplanets everywhere inside our Galaxy. In this essay we… Expand

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