Supernova neutrino detection
The gravitational core collapse of a star produces a huge burst of neutrinos of all flavors. A number of detectors worldwide are sensitive to such a burst; its detection would yield information about both particle physics and astrophysics. Sensitivity to all flavors, and ability to tag different interactions will be key for extraction of information. Here I will survey the capabilities of current and future detectors for detection of supernova neutrinos from the Milky Way and beyond. © 2011 Elsevier B.V.
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