Tidal Disruption Events and High-energy Neutrinos

@article{Stein2021TidalDE,
  title={Tidal Disruption Events and High-energy Neutrinos},
  author={Robert Stein},
  journal={Proceedings of 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference — PoS(ICRC2021)},
  year={2021}
}
  • R. Stein
  • Published 22 September 2021
  • Physics
  • Proceedings of 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference — PoS(ICRC2021)
Tidal Disruption Events (TDEs) occur when stars pass close to supermassive black holes, and have long been predicted to emit cosmic rays and neutrinos. Recently the TDE AT2109dsg was identified in spatial and temporal coincidence with high-energy neutrino IC191001A as part of the Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF) neutrino follow-up program, providing the first direct observational evidence supporting these objects as multi-messenger sources. In these proceedings, I will place the recent results… 

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