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Ultra-delayed neutrino-driven explosion of rotating massive-star collapse

@inproceedings{Fujibayashi2021UltradelayedNE,
  title={Ultra-delayed neutrino-driven explosion of rotating massive-star collapse},
  author={S. Fujibayashi and Koh Takahashi and Y. Sekiguchi and M. Shibata},
  year={2021}
}
Long-term neutrino-radiation hydrodynamics simulations in full general relativity are performed for the collapse of rotating massive stars that are evolved from He-stars with their initial mass of 20 and 32M . It is shown that if the collapsing stellar core has sufficient angular momentum, the rotationally-supported proto-neutron star (PNS) survives for seconds accompanying the formation of a massive torus of mass larger than 1M . Subsequent mass accretion onto the central region produces a… Expand

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