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Fig. 6


Time evolution of Γ(M,EOS) for the core PNSs with 2.184 M resulting from a core-collapse simulation with a 40 M progenitor (left label, solid line). The νe, anti-νe, and νμ/τ luminosities (right label) are indicated by dashed, dashed-dotted, and dotted lines, respectively. For the sake of clarity, neutrino luminosities are plotted only after the bounce. The attached figure at the upper-left corner shows in more detail the behaviour of Γ(M,EOS) near the onset of formation of a black-hole (asterisk).

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