Jul 5 – 10, 2021
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GRB-SN association and Inferences of GRB 190114C for the Crab pulsar and the supernova remnant

Jul 6, 2021, 10:30 AM
Talk in the parallel session Binary-Driven Hypernovae of type 1, 2 and 3 Binary-Driven Hypernovae of Type 1, 2 and 3


Rahim Moradi (ICRANet and ICRA-Sapienza)


We assume that the progenitor of the Crab nebula and of the Crab pulsar, like GRB 190114C is a binary-driven hyper-novae of type I (BdHNe I). In BdHN I the explosion of the supernova as well as of the role of the hypercritical accretion of the SN ejecta onto the binary companion neutron star (NS) and onto the newbornNS (νNS) have central role. The synchrotron emission powered by the νNS-pulsar emission and the accreted SN ejecta onto the νNS, gives origin to the X-ray afterglows. We evidence that the X-ray afterglow luminosity of GRB 190114C, selected as a prototype, extrapolated to 1000 yr, coincides with the currently observed emission of the Crab Nebula. We model the νNS through the equilibrium sequence of Maclaurin spheroid. By requiring that the νNS period extrapolated to 1000 yr coincides with the one of PSR B0531+21 (the Crab pulsar) , we study the evolution of the spin of the νNS with the initial P = 0.9 ms.

Primary authors

Rahim Moradi (ICRANet and ICRA-Sapienza) Jorge Armando Rueda Hernandez (ICRANet) Prof. Remo Ruffini (ICRANet) Carlo Luciano Bianco (ICRANet) Christian Cherubini (Department of Science and Technology for Humans and the Environment and ICRA, Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome, 00128 Rome, Italy and International Center for Relativistic Astrophysics Network-ICRANet, 65122 Pescara, Italy) Simonetta Filippi (Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome) Narek Sahakyan (ICRANet-Armenia) Y. Wang (ICRANet) Liang Li (ICRANet, Piazza della Repubblica 10, I-65122 Pescara, Italy)

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