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Mind the gap: A tale told by black holes

Mind the gap: A tale told by black holes

by | Sep 2, 2020 | |This guest post was written by Andreas Christ Sølvsten Jørgensen, a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Birmingham. Previous to his position in Birmingham, Andreas earned his PhD at the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics in 2019. He works within the field of theoretical stellar physics, primarily focusing on hydrodynamic phenomena, such as convective processes in the outermost layers of low-mass stars. He thus develops upon stellar structure and evolution models and compares model predictions with observational data.Title: Authors: Robert Farmer, Mathieu...

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How Can Fast Radio Bursts be Produced in Binary Neutron Star Systems?

How Can Fast Radio Bursts be Produced in Binary Neutron Star Systems?

by | Aug 19, 2020 | |Title:Author: Bing ZhangFirst Author’s Institution: Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV 89154Status: Published in ApJL [open access on the arXiv]This guest post was written by Yujia Wei, a junior-year undergraduate student at the School of Astronomy and Space Science, Nanjing University. She is interested in exploring the origins of fast radio bursts and gamma-ray bursts, the physics of solar flares, and the formation and evolution of galaxies. In addition to astronomy research, Yujia also likes traveling, painting, and...

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The Alternative to Dark Matter May be General Relativity Itself

The Alternative to Dark Matter May be General Relativity Itself

by | Aug 17, 2020 | |This guest post was written by Xing-Ye Zhu, a third-year undergraduate student at Nanjing University, for an assignment in the Astronomical Literature Reading and Writing class taught by Professor Zhi-Yu Zhang. Xing-Ye is currently working under the supervision of Professor Yi Xie on strong deflection gravitational lensing. When not doing science, he enjoys watching movies, plays, and Kunqu Opera. You can always find a Rubik’s cube in his hands.Title:Authors: Alexandre DeurFirst author’s institution: Department of Physics, University of VirginiaStatus: Open access on...

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The first detection of the Schwarzschild precession in the orbit of the star S2

The first detection of the Schwarzschild precession in the orbit of the star S2

by | Aug 4, 2020 | |This guest post was written by Sai Zhai, a first-year graduate student at Nanjing University, where she studies the formation and evolution of galaxies. In her spare time, she enjoys running and traveling with friends.Title:  Authors:  Status: Accepted to A&A, open access on arXiv Over many decades, (GR) has been confirmed by multiple tests, including, emissions from the double pulsar , and gravitational waves detected by the (LIGO).Theoretically, GR predicts the existence of a black hole in the center of our galaxy. There is a lot of evidence showing that galaxies host...

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Short Gamma Ray Burst Central Engines: A Curious Case of Time-Reversal

Short Gamma Ray Burst Central Engines: A Curious Case of Time-Reversal

by | Apr 25, 2020 | |This guest post was written by Jay Vijay Kalinani. He is a PhD student in Physics at the University of Padova, Italy. His research is primarily based on working with numerical relativity codes to perform binary neutron star merger simulations on supercomputers. When not in front of a computer, he sometimes go out searching and clicking abandoned umbrellas in and around the city.Title:Authors: Riccardo Ciolfi, Daniel M. SiegelFirst author’s institution: University of Trento, ItalyStatus: Accepted to ApJL, open access on arXivRecent detection of gravitational waves (GW)...

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Using Gaia as a Gravitational-Wave Detector

Using Gaia as a Gravitational-Wave Detector

by | Mar 2, 2020 | |Today’s guest post was written by , a graduate student at the at Montana State University. His research focuses on gravitational-wave data analysis, using data both from ground based detectors like and , and from pulsar timing arrays like . Title: Authors: Christopher J. Moore, Deyan P. Mihaylov, Anthony Lasenby, Gerard GilmoreFirst Author’s Institution: Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge, UKStatus: Published in Physical Review Letters [open access on arXiv](GWs) are disturbances in...

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Black Holes Start Merging and They Don’t Always Stop Merging

Black Holes Start Merging and They Don’t Always Stop Merging

by | Apr 7, 2020 | |Today’s guest post was written by Miguel Martinez, a recent graduate from Columbia University taking a gap year with the Rasio group at CIERA at Northwestern University. In his free time, he enjoys films, video games, and martial arts. He would also like to note that he has since cut his hair.Title: Authors: C. L. Rodriguez, M. Zevin, P. Amaro-Seoane, S. Chatterjee, K. Kremer, F. Rasio, C. S. YeFirst Author’s Institution: Harvard (then MIT)Status: Published in APS Phys Rev D, open access on arXiv has been up and running for a few years now, and with O3 (the third...

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