gravitational radiation

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Gravitational Radiation from a Naked Singularity Odd-Parity Perturbation

Regularization of Gravitational Radiation Reaction Force

Gravitational radiation from strongly magnetized white dwarfs

Gravitational Radiation from a Naked Singularity. II Even-Parity Perturbation

Gravitational-Wave Radiation from Magnetized Accretion Disks

Gravitational radiation from highly magnetized nascent neutron stars in supernova remnants

Gravitational radiation damping and the three-body problem

Continuous-wave gravitational radiation from pulsar glitch recovery

Gravitational wave radiation from close double white dwarfs in the Galaxy

The effect of rotation on the gravitational radiation and dynamical stability of stiff stellar cores

The Effect of Orbital Eccentricity on Gravitational Wave Background Radiation from Supermassive Black Hole Binaries

High Frequency Gravitational Radiation and Ringing Down of an Isolated Gravitating System

Gravitational Radiation for Extreme Mass Ratio Inspirals to the 14th Post-Newtonian Order

Gravitational radiation from an axion cloud around a black hole: Superradiant phase

Stellar-mass black holes in star clusters: implications for gravitational wave radiation

Generic tests of the existence of the gravitational dipole radiation and the variation of the gravitational constant

Improved estimate of the detectability of gravitational radiation from a magnetically confined mountain on an accreting neutron star


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A form of energy that is emitted by an accelerating mass in the form of waves that travel through spacetime at the speed of light. Pulses of gravitational radiation are expected from supernovae and objects falling into black holes, but have not yet been detected. See also gravitational wave.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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