Gravitational-Wave Astronomy (inbunden)
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Gravitational-Wave Astronomy (inbunden)

Gravitational-Wave Astronomy

Exploring the Dark Side of the Universe

Inbunden Engelska, 2019-11-28
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This introduction to gravitational waves and related astrophysics provides a bridge across the range of astronomy, physics and cosmology that comes into play when trying to understand the gravitational-wave sky. Key ideas are developed step by step, leading up to the technology that caught these faint whispers from the distant universe.
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Nils Andersson is a professor of mathematics and an expert on Einstein's theory of relativity and related astrophysics. His research mainly concerns black holes, neutron stars and gravitational waves. Over the last couple of decades, he has actively pursued many issued relevant to the emerging area of gravitational-wave astronomy. His current work focusses on the extreme physics that neutron stars represent, from the state and composition of matter to the dynamical role of the superfluid and superconducting components expected to be present in the core of a mature neutron star.


1: Opening the window 2: A brief survey of general relativity 3: Gravitational waves 4: From black holes to stars and the universe at large 5: Binary inspiral 6: Spinning stars and cosmic recycling 7: Catching the wave 8: Mining the data 9: The stellar graveyard 10: Testing relativity 11: Beyond Newton 12: Towards the extreme 13: From oscillations to instabilities 14: Building mountains 15: The r-mode instability 16: Black-hole dynamics 17: Spinning black holes 18: Relativistic asteroseismology 19: Colliding black holes 20: Cosmic Fireworks 21: Anatomy of a merger 22: Whispers from the Big Bang