Neutron star 'mountains' may be blocking our view of mysterious gravitational waves

Scientists have used computer models to predict the size of minuscule deformations, or mountains, on the surfaces of neutron stars, which are responsible for causing gravitational waves as they spin.

Neutron star 'mountains' may be blocking our view of
mysterious gravitational waves
Scientists have used computer models to predict the size of minuscule deformations, or mountains, on the surfaces of neutron stars, which are responsible for causing gravitational waves as they spin.