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    Default binary neutron stars to merge



    i'll have to set an alarm clock for this

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    Default Re: binary neutron stars to merge

    The system gives a whole new meaning to speed....

    I'll just put it on my calendar for now, I'd probably forget why I set the alarm.
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    Default Re: binary neutron stars to merge

    Thanks n_FA. You'd think that with a 17-millisecond spin period that whips around its compact companion at a terrifying rate and the binary period is only1.88 h, that they could consummate this merger in well less than 46 million years.
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    Default Re: binary neutron stars to merge

    Quote Originally Posted by michael131313 View Post
    Thanks n_FA. You'd think that with a 17-millisecond spin period that whips around its compact companion at a terrifying rate and the binary period is only1.88 h, that they could consummate this merger in well less than 46 million years.
    Yep. But for the fact that the energy loss due to gravitational radiation sets the scale....
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    Default Re: binary neutron stars to merge

    I'll have to get my reincarnation schedule in sync with this one.
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