LIGO Document G1200427-v1
- Massive star core-collapse is one of the most energetic events in the universe. They can liberate tremendous amounts of energy in electromagnetic and gravitational waves, and neutrino emission. I review the results from recent multi-dimensional numerical simulations, focusing on the gravitational wave and neutrino signals from core collapse, bounce, protoneutron star oscillations, and subsequent collapse to black hole.
- Slides (talk_abdikamalov.pdf, 2.5 MB)
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