The data recorded with the neutrino detectors at Mont Blanc, Kamioka, Baksan and with the gravitational-wave detectors in Maryland and Rome have been analysed searching for correlations associated with SN 1987 A, without presuming or excluding hypotheses for correlations due to neutrinos and gravitational waves. The statistical analysis has been based on a previous analysis that showed a correlation among Maryland, Rome and Mont Blanc with a probability to be accidental less than 10(-5). Independent correlations are found during a period of one or two hours, around the Mont Blanc 5-nu burst (2h 52 min 36s UT), among the various sets of data: Mont Blanc-Baksan with a probability to be accidental of the order of p approximately 4.10(-3), Mont Blanc-Kamioka with p approximately 4.10(-3), Maryland-Rome-Kamioka with P approximately 5.10(-4), Maryland-Rome-Baksan with p approximately 5.10(-2). It is remarkable that the events from all the neutrino detectors follow the signals from the g.w. detectors by a time of the order of 1/2 or 1 s. At present we will not give a physical interpretation of the observed correlations, which have strong statistical significance.

COINCIDENCES AMONG THE DATA RECORDED BY THE BAKSAN, KAMIOKA AND MONT-BLANC UNDERGROUND NEUTRINO DETECTORS, AND BY THE MARYLAND AND ROME GRAVITATIONAL-WAVE DETECTORS DURING SUPERNOVA 1987-A

COCCIA E;
1991

Abstract

The data recorded with the neutrino detectors at Mont Blanc, Kamioka, Baksan and with the gravitational-wave detectors in Maryland and Rome have been analysed searching for correlations associated with SN 1987 A, without presuming or excluding hypotheses for correlations due to neutrinos and gravitational waves. The statistical analysis has been based on a previous analysis that showed a correlation among Maryland, Rome and Mont Blanc with a probability to be accidental less than 10(-5). Independent correlations are found during a period of one or two hours, around the Mont Blanc 5-nu burst (2h 52 min 36s UT), among the various sets of data: Mont Blanc-Baksan with a probability to be accidental of the order of p approximately 4.10(-3), Mont Blanc-Kamioka with p approximately 4.10(-3), Maryland-Rome-Kamioka with P approximately 5.10(-4), Maryland-Rome-Baksan with p approximately 5.10(-2). It is remarkable that the events from all the neutrino detectors follow the signals from the g.w. detectors by a time of the order of 1/2 or 1 s. At present we will not give a physical interpretation of the observed correlations, which have strong statistical significance.
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