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Proposal for Multi-Messenger Observations of Radio Transients by Nasu and Ligo-Virgo

  • Kazuhiro Hayama (a1) (a2), Kotaro Niinuma (a3) and Tomoaki Oyama (a2)

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The gravitational waves radiated from explosions of compact objects are expected to be accompanied by other astronomical radiation such as radio flares, neutrinos and gamma-rays. In order to improve the detection of gravitational waves, mutual follow-up observations have been proposed between gravitational wave telescopes and other astronomical telescopes, known as “multi-messenger” observations. We propose multi-messenger observations using the LIGO, Virgo and Nasu Radio Telescopes.

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