The data recorded by the Rome room temperature gravitational-wave antenna during the Supernova SN 1987a have been analysed in connection with the Mont Blanc neutrino event. An energy innovation is observed which precedes by (1.4±0.5) s the first observed neutrino arrival time with the probability of being accidental of 3 per cent. An estimation of the energy emitted as gw distributed over 4π and a frequency bandwidth of 1 kHz gives the figure of 2400 M odot, which is abnormal according to standard views on gw.

Data Recordered by the Rome Room Temperature Gravitational Wave Antenna, during the Supernova SN 1987a in the Large Magellanic Cloud

Coccia E;
1987

Abstract

The data recorded by the Rome room temperature gravitational-wave antenna during the Supernova SN 1987a have been analysed in connection with the Mont Blanc neutrino event. An energy innovation is observed which precedes by (1.4±0.5) s the first observed neutrino arrival time with the probability of being accidental of 3 per cent. An estimation of the energy emitted as gw distributed over 4π and a frequency bandwidth of 1 kHz gives the figure of 2400 M odot, which is abnormal according to standard views on gw.
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