Gravitational Waves GW150914 and Supernova Sn1987a

Authors: Nikitin A P

This article discusses two grand cosmological events: an explosion of blue supergiant - a star Sanduleak-69º 202 to form Supernova SN1987A, which remains unexplained, compared with at least a grand merger event black holes GW150914, from which the LIGO Collaboration account gravitational wave (GW). From the point of view of the theory of energy - electrodynamics, developed by the author, in physical terms, these two events are not fundamentally different: in all cases, the motion of matter must be radiated GW as part of the whole spectrum of radiation. It is predicted, along with the gravitational, neutrino and photon radiation from GW150914. By analogy with SN1987A, in the case of the merger of black holes after GW150914 GW signal through 10720 s ± 4000 s (~3h 00m 00s ± 1h 06m 40s) to come back to Earth the first neutrino signal (if option is possible that the first neutrino signal came earlier gravity) through 112.9·106 s (~3.6 years) after gravitational signal - the second neutrino signal through 66.031·106 s (~ 2.0924 years) after which the photon flash should be observed. Neutrino signals can be recorded on the IceCube Neutrino Observatory and other neutrino observatories.

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