Does Dark Matter Cores Affect Rapidly Rotating Neutron Stars?

Neutron stars are fascinating celestial objects, offering unique insights into the physics of extremely dense matter and serving as potential hosts for dark matter. In a recent study, Andreas Konstantinou dives into the effects of dark matter cores on rapidly rotating neutron stars using a theoretical approach called the two-fluid approximation. This study assumes minimal interaction between baryonic matter (ordinary matter) and dark matter.