Talk:- Dynamics of Fast Spinning Neutron Stars in a Hyperbolic Orbit near a Massive Black Hole
The trajectory of a non-spinning test particle is given by the geodesics equations. However, when the test particle is spinning, it’s spin interacts with the orbit and the background curvature, giving rise to interesting dynamical behaviors, which in turn can probe the background space-time structure. In this research, we study a fast spinning pulsar orbiting in a hyperbolic orbit around a massive black hole. Millisecond pulsars are very accurate “clock” in the universe. Their abundant existence is predicted by various studies, which however, are not verified, due to the limit of pulsar timing techniques and the complicated pulse profiles of a accelerating pulsar. In this research, the spin problem in relativity and the dynamical features of such system were reviewed and studied. An orbital shift of ~100km and a velocity shift of ~1 km/s are observed, and the former will correspond to a shift of arrival time of pulse ~100μs, while the latter is related to the gravitational wave memory effect. The result of this study will provide useful insights for both the gravitational wave detector LISA, and the pulsar timing array SKA.
時間：2017.05.20(六) 13:45 ~ 14:00
講者：Jiale Kaye Li