The Double Pulsar (PSR J0737−3039) is the only neutron star–neutron star (NS–NS) binary in which both NSs have been detectable as radio pulsars. The Double Pulsar has been assumed to dominate the Galactic NS–NS binary merger rate
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Kim, C.; Perera, B. B. P.; and McLaughlin, M. A., "Implications of PSR J0737-3039B for the Galactic NS-NS binary merger rate" (2015). Faculty Scholarship. 191.
Kim, C.., Perera, B. B. P.., & McLaughlin, M. A.. (2015). Implications Of Psr J0737-3039B For The Galactic Ns-Ns Binary Merger Rate. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 448(1), 928-938. http://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/stu2729