Explosion mechanism, neutrino burst and gravitational wave in core-collapse supernovae

@article{Kotake2005ExplosionMN,
  title={Explosion mechanism, neutrino burst and gravitational wave in core-collapse supernovae},
  author={Kei Kotake and Katsuhiko Sato and Keitaro Takahashi},
  journal={Reports on Progress in Physics},
  year={2005},
  volume={69},
  pages={971-1143}
}
Core-collapse supernovae are among the most energetic explosions in the universe marking the catastrophic end of massive stars. In spite of rigorous studies for several decades, we still do not understand the explosion mechanism completely. Since they are related to many astrophysical phenomena such as nucleosynthesis, gamma-ray bursts and acceleration of cosmic rays, understanding of their physics has been of wide interest to the astrophysical community.In this paper, we review recent progress… 
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