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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: SEARCH FOR NEUTRINOS FROM COLLAPSING STARS WITH THE LVD AT GRAN-SASSO
Author: GALEOTTI, P
AGLIETTA, M
ALPAT, B
ALYEA, ED
ANTONIOLI, P
ANZIVINO, G
BADINO, G
BAN, Y
BARI, G
BASILE, M
BENELLI, A
BEREZINSKY, VS
BERGAMASCO, L
BERTONI, R
BIANCO, S
BIZZETI, A
BOSCO, A
BRUGNOLA, G
BRUNI, G
CAO, Y
ROMEO, GC
CASACCIA, R
CASTAGNOLI, C
CASTELLINA, A
CHEN, K
CHEN, R
CHINELLATO, JA
CIFARELLI, L
CINDOLO, F
CINI, G
CONG, S
CONTIN, A
DADYKIN, VL
DARDO, M
DESILVA, A
DEUTSCH, M
DOSSANTOS, LG
ENIKEEV, RI
FABBRI, FL
FULGIONE, W
GHIA, P
GIUSTI, P
GRIANTI, F
GU, S
GUO, Y
HAFEN, ES
HARIDAS, P
IACOBUCCI, G
INOUE, N
KHALCHUKOV, FF
KOROLKOVA, EV
KORTCHAGUIN, PV
KORTCHAGUIN, VB
KUDRYAVTSEV, VA
LANDI, G
LAU, K
LIN, X
LU, L
LUVISETTO, M
MA, J
MA, Z
MACCARRONE, G
MALGUIN, AS
MAO, Z
MARKOV, MA
MASSAM, T
MAYES, B
SILVA, NM
MISAKI, A
MO, GH
MONTELEONI, B
MORELLO, C
MOROMISATO, J
NANIA, R
NAVARRA, G
PANARO, L
PARKS, D
PELFER, PG
PERIALE, L
PICCHI, P
PINNA, P
PINSKY, L
PLESS, IA
PU, M
PYRLIK, J
QIU, J
RYASNY, VG
RYAZHSKAYA, OG
SAAVEDRA, O
SAITOH, K
SANDERS, D
SARTORELLI, G
SARWAR, S
SHEN, D
TABORGNA, N
TALOCHKIN, VP
TANG, H
TANG, J
TIAN, W
TRINCHERO, GC
TURTELLI, A
UMAN, I
VALLANIA, P
VERNETTO, S
VONGOELER, E
VOTANO, L
WADA, T
WANG, F
WANG, H
WANG, S
WEINSTEIN, R
WIDGOFF, M
XU, L
XU, Z
YAKUSHEV, VF
YAMAMOTO, I
ZALLO, A
ZATSEPIN, GT
ZHOU, X
ZHU, Q
ZHU, X
ZHUANG, B
ZICHICHI, A
Abstract: The Large Volume Detector (LVD) in the Gran Sasso underground Laboratory is a multipurpose detector consisting of a large volume of liquid scintillator interleaved with limited streamer tubes. In this paper we discuss its power to study low energy cosmic neutrinos. The results show that the first of the five LVD towers, operational since June 1992 with 368 tons of liquid scintillator, is well suited to detect neutrinos from collapsing stars within all our Galaxy, over a wide range of burst duration (up to a few hundreds seconds). One year data, collected since June 1992, have been analized and results are here discussed. No evidence for burst candidates has been found in this period of data taking.
Country: Holanda
Editor: Elsevier Science Bv
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/0920-5632(94)90259-3
Date Issue: 1994
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