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doi: 10.12942/lrr-1998-8
Living Rev. Relativity 1 (1998), 8

Rotating Stars in Relativity

1 Department of Physics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, 54124 Greece

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Because of the information they can yield about the equation of state of matter at extremely high densities and because they are one of the more possible sources of detectable gravitational waves, rotating relativistic stars have been receiving significant attention in recentyears. We review the latest theoretical and numerical methods for modeling rotating relativistic stars, including stars with a strong magnetic field and hot proto-neutron stars. We also review nonaxisymmetric oscillations and instabilities in rotating stars and summarize the latest developments regarding the gravitational wave-driven (CFS) instability in both polar and axial quasi-normal modes.

Keywords: gravitational wave sources, relativistic stars, neutron stars, pulsars

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ORIGINAL http://www.livingreviews.org/lrr-1998-8
Title Rotating Stars in Relativity
Author Nikolaos Stergioulas
Date accepted 28 May 1998, published 18 June 1998
Date accepted , published 31 August 2001
Changes Section 2.1: changed estimated timescale for enforcement of
uniform rotation of neutron star.
Section 2.4: changed title of subsection 2.4.4 and
attributed minimal surface scheme to Neugebauer and Herold.
Bibliography: added missing author name 'Burderi, L.' to
reference 59.
For detailed description see here .
UPDATE http://www.livingreviews.org/lrr-2003-3
Title Rotating Stars in Relativity
Author Nikolaos Stergioulas
Date accepted 7 March 2003, published 16 June 2003
Changes Article revision. New section (4) and various subsections (2.3 - 2.5, 2.7.5 - 2.7.7, 2.8, 2.10) have been added. The number of references (342) has more than doubled.
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