Neutron Stars in Binary Systems
Neutron stars are the most compact concentrations of matter presently known in nature. They consist of matter at nuclear density in bulk: 1057 nucleons (4.105 Earth masses) concentrated in a sphere with a diameter of less than 20 kilometers, held together by gravity.
KeywordsOrbital Period Neutron Star Gravitational Radiation Will Emit Double Star
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