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Type: Artigo de evento
Title: The Use Of Supernova Neutrinos To Monitor The Collapse, To Search For Gravity Waves, To Probe Neutrino Masses
Author: Vissani F.
Pagliaroli G.
Torres F.R.
Abstract: Although there is a general understanding of the core collapse supernovae, a definitive microscopic model is still to come. We discuss the usefulness of neutrino observations. We analyze the SN1987A observations of Kamiokande-II, IMB and Baksan and show that they provide a 2.5σ support to the standard scenario for the explosion. In this context, we discuss the neutrinos as trigger for the search of the gravity wave impulsive emission. We bound the neutrino mass using the SN1987A data and argue, using simulated data, that a future galactic supernova could probe the sub-eV region. © 2011 World Scientific Publishing Company.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1142/S0218271811019888
Date Issue: 2011
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