Prospects for multi-messenger extended emission from core-collapse supernovae in the Local Universe

Maurice H.P.M. van Putten, Amir Levinson, Filippo Frontera, Cristiano Guidorzi, Lorenzo Amati, Massimo Della Valle

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Multi-messenger emissions from SN1987A and GW170817/GRB170817A suggest a Universe rife with multi-messenger transients associated with black holes and neutron stars. For LIGO-Virgo, soon to be joined by KAGRA, these observations promise unprecedented opportunities to probe the central engines of core-collapse supernovae (CC-SNe) and gamma-ray bursts. Compared to neutron stars, central engines powered by black hole-disk or torus systems may be of particular interest to multi-messenger observations by the relatively large energy reservoir EJ of angular momentum, up to 29% of the total mass in the Kerr metric. These central engines are expected from relatively massive stellar progenitors and compact binary coalescence involving a neutron star. We review prospects of multi-messenger emission by catalytic conversion of EJ by a non-axisymmetric disk or torus. Observational support for this radiation process is found in a recent identification of E≃ (3. 5 ± 1) % Mc2 in Extended Emission to GW170817 at a significance of 4. 2 σ concurrent with GRB170817A. A prospect on similar emissions from nearby CC-SNe justifies the need for all-sky blind searches of long duration bursts by heterogeneous computing.

Original languageEnglish
Article number537
JournalEuropean Physical Journal Plus
Volume134
Issue number10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2019

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van Putten, M. H. P. M., Levinson, A., Frontera, F., Guidorzi, C., Amati, L., & Della Valle, M. (2019). Prospects for multi-messenger extended emission from core-collapse supernovae in the Local Universe. European Physical Journal Plus, 134(10), [537]. https://doi.org/10.1140/epjp/i2019-12932-3
van Putten, Maurice H.P.M. ; Levinson, Amir ; Frontera, Filippo ; Guidorzi, Cristiano ; Amati, Lorenzo ; Della Valle, Massimo. / Prospects for multi-messenger extended emission from core-collapse supernovae in the Local Universe. In: European Physical Journal Plus. 2019 ; Vol. 134, No. 10.
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van Putten, MHPM, Levinson, A, Frontera, F, Guidorzi, C, Amati, L & Della Valle, M 2019, 'Prospects for multi-messenger extended emission from core-collapse supernovae in the Local Universe' European Physical Journal Plus, vol. 134, no. 10, 537. https://doi.org/10.1140/epjp/i2019-12932-3

Prospects for multi-messenger extended emission from core-collapse supernovae in the Local Universe. / van Putten, Maurice H.P.M.; Levinson, Amir; Frontera, Filippo; Guidorzi, Cristiano; Amati, Lorenzo; Della Valle, Massimo.

In: European Physical Journal Plus, Vol. 134, No. 10, 537, 10.2019.

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