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Universe, Volume 5, Issue 11 (November 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Gravitational wave astronomy allows us to study objects and events invisible in electromagnetic [...] Read more. Gravitational wave astronomy allows us to study objects and events invisible in electromagnetic waves. It is crucial to validate the theories and models of the most mysterious and extreme matter in the Universe: neutron stars. In addition to inspirals and mergers of neutron stars, there are currently a few proposed mechanisms that can trigger long-lasting gravitational radiation from neutron stars, such as elastically and/or magnetically driven deformations: mountains on the stellar surface supported by the elastic strain or magnetic field, free precession, or unstable oscillation modes (e.g., the r-modes). View this paper.