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Millisecond Pulsars: Detectable Sources of Continuous Gravitational Waves?
Laboratory searches for the detection of gravitational waves have focused on the detection of burst signals emitted during a supernova explosion, but have not resulted in any confirmed detections. An alternative approach has been to search for continuous wave (CW) gravitational radiation from the Crab pulsar. In this paper, we examine the possibility of detecting CW gravitational radiation from pulsars and show that nearby millisecond pulsars are generally much better candidates. We show thatdoi:10.1086/176181 fatcat:tbz6bigdffaedbxrouacqdsncm