Multimessenger analysis strategy for core-collapse supernova search: gravitational waves and low-energy neutrinos

@article{Halim2021MultimessengerAS,
  title={Multimessenger analysis strategy for core-collapse supernova search: gravitational waves and low-energy neutrinos},
  author={Odysse Halim and Claudio Casentini and Marco Drago and V Fafone and Kate Scholberg and C. F. Vigorito and Giulia Pagliaroli},
  journal={Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics},
  year={2021},
  volume={2021}
}
Core-collapse supernovae are fascinating astrophysical objects for multimessenger studies. Gravitational waves are expected to play an important role in the supernova explosion mechanism. Unfortunately, their modeling is challenging, due to the stochastic nature of the dynamics and the vast range of possible progenitors. Therefore, the gravitational wave detection from these objects is still elusive with already advanced detectors. Low-energy neutrinos will be emitted copiously during the core… 
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Joint Analysis Method on Gravitational Waves and Low-Energy Neutrinos to Detect Core-Collapse Supernovae
Core-collapse supernovae produce copious low-energy neutrinos and are also predicted to radiate gravitational waves. These two messengers can give us information regarding the explosion mechanism.

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