Detectability of gravitational effects of supernova neutrino emission through pulsar timing

@article{Olum2013DetectabilityOG,
  title={Detectability of gravitational effects of supernova neutrino emission through pulsar timing},
  author={Ken D. Olum and Evan Pierce and Xavier Siemens},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2013},
  volume={88}
}
  • Ken D. Olum, Evan Pierce, Xavier Siemens
  • Published 2013
  • Physics
  • Physical Review D
  • Core-collapse supernovae emit on the order of 3x10^53 ergs in high-energy neutrinos over a time of order 10 seconds, and so decrease their mass by about 0.2 solar mass. If the explosion is nearly spherically symmetric, there will be little gravitational wave emission. Nevertheless, the sudden decrease of mass of the progenitor may cause a change in the gravitational time delay of signals from a nearby pulsar. We calculate the change in arrival times as successive pulses pass through the… CONTINUE READING
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