Following a previously found correlation between the gravitational-wave detectors and the Mont Blanc particle detector, we have searched for a similar correlation between the data of the experiments mentioned in the title. We have found that both the Kamioka and the IMB data have a correlation with the gravitational-wave data that occurs with the same characteristics and at the same time of that already found with Mont Blanc. This correlation extends for a period of one or two hours centred at the hour 2:45 UT of 23 February 1987. It shows that the particle detector signals are delayed with respect to the gravitational-wave detector signals by (1.2 +/- 0.5) s. The probability that the additional correlation due to Kamioka and IMB is only accidental is estimated of the order of 10(-3) or 10(-4).

CORRELATION BETWEEN THE MARYLAND AND ROME GRAVITATIONAL-WAVE DETECTORS AND THE MONT-BLANC, KAMIOKA AND IMB PARTICLE DETECTORS DURING SN1987A

COCCIA E;
1991

Abstract

Following a previously found correlation between the gravitational-wave detectors and the Mont Blanc particle detector, we have searched for a similar correlation between the data of the experiments mentioned in the title. We have found that both the Kamioka and the IMB data have a correlation with the gravitational-wave data that occurs with the same characteristics and at the same time of that already found with Mont Blanc. This correlation extends for a period of one or two hours centred at the hour 2:45 UT of 23 February 1987. It shows that the particle detector signals are delayed with respect to the gravitational-wave detector signals by (1.2 +/- 0.5) s. The probability that the additional correlation due to Kamioka and IMB is only accidental is estimated of the order of 10(-3) or 10(-4).
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