Modeling core-collapse supernovae gravitational-wave memory in laser interferometric data

@article{Richardson2022ModelingCS,
  title={Modeling core-collapse supernovae gravitational-wave memory in laser interferometric data},
  author={Colter Richardson and Michele Zanolin and H Andresen and Marek J. Szczepa'nczyk and Kiranjyot Gill and Annop Wongwathanarat},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2022}
}
(Dated: We study the properties of the gravitational wave (GW) emission between 10 − 5 Hz and 50 Hz (which we refer to as low-frequency emission) from core-collapse supernovae, in the context of studying such signals in laser interferometric data as well as performing multi-messenger astronomy. We pay particular attention to the GW linear memory, which is when the signal amplitude does not return to zero after the GW burst. Based on the long-term simulation of a core-collapse supernova of a… 
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