MAGNETOROTATIONAL CORE-COLLAPSE SUPERNOVAE IN THREE DIMENSIONS

@article{Mosta2014MAGNETOROTATIONALCS,
  title={MAGNETOROTATIONAL CORE-COLLAPSE SUPERNOVAE IN THREE DIMENSIONS},
  author={Philipp Mosta and Sherwood A. Richers and Christian D. Ott and Roland Haas and Anthony L. Piro and Kristen Boydstun and Ernazar Abdikamalov and Christian Reisswig and Erik Schnetter},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={785}
}
We present results of new three-dimensional (3D) general-relativistic magnetohydrodynamic simulations of rapidly rotating strongly magnetized core collapse. These simulations are the first of their kind and include a microphysical finite-temperature equation of state and a leakage scheme that captures the overall energetics and lepton number exchange due to postbounce neutrino emission. Our results show that the 3D dynamics of magnetorotational core-collapse supernovae are fundamentally… 

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