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Search for neutrino radiation from gravitational collapse of stars: expectation and reality

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Abstract

Experimental data, obtained when searching neutrino radiation from gravitational collapse of stars are discussed. The following reactions are used for neutrino detection in experiments: ..nu..-tilde/sub e/+p->n+e/sup +/ and ..nu..+e/sup -/->..nu..+e/sup -/. Characteristics of four detectors, used during flare of Supernovae star on February, 23, 1987: Baksan underground scintillation telescope, Soviet-Italian liquid scintillation detector LSD, Cherenkov detector K2 (Japan-USA) and Cherenkov detector IMB(USA). Analysis of experiments showed that effects in each of four detectors satisfied or at least didn't disagree with conditions of mentioned reaction detection. Many problems should be solved when interpreting the whole body of results of neutrino detectors: two-stage mechanism of collapse, different angular distributions of K2 and IBM etc. The main problem lies in the fact, that measured enrgy fluxes in neutrino radiation exceed many times the same ones, permissible from the view point of modern astrophysical concepts.
Publication Date:
Jan 01, 1988
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
AIX-20-050689; EDB-89-095049
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Vestn. Akad. Nauk SSSR; (USSR); Journal Volume: 9
Subject:
71 CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM MECHANICS, GENERAL PHYSICS; COSMIC NEUTRINOS; NEUTRINO DETECTION; ANTINEUTRINO-PROTON INTERACTIONS; GRAVITATIONAL COLLAPSE; NEUTRINO-ELECTRON INTERACTIONS; SUPERNOVAE; ANTILEPTON-PROTON INTERACTIONS; ANTINEUTRINO-NUCLEON INTERACTIONS; COSMIC RADIATION; DETECTION; ELEMENTARY PARTICLES; ERUPTIVE VARIABLE STARS; FERMIONS; INTERACTIONS; IONIZING RADIATIONS; LEPTON-BARYON INTERACTIONS; LEPTON-HADRON INTERACTIONS; LEPTON-LEPTON INTERACTIONS; LEPTON-NUCLEON INTERACTIONS; LEPTON-PROTON INTERACTIONS; LEPTONS; MASSLESS PARTICLES; NEUTRINO-NUCLEON INTERACTIONS; NEUTRINO-PROTON INTERACTIONS; NEUTRINOS; PARTICLE INTERACTIONS; RADIATION DETECTION; RADIATIONS; STARS; VARIABLE STARS; 640101* - Astrophysics & Cosmology- Cosmic Radiation
OSTI ID:
6095060
Country of Origin:
USSR
Language:
Russian
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: CODEN: VANSA
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
Pages: 47-56
Announcement Date:
May 01, 1988

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Citation Formats

Zatsepin, G T, Dadykin, V L, and Ryazhskaya, O G. Search for neutrino radiation from gravitational collapse of stars: expectation and reality. USSR: N. p., 1988. Web.
Zatsepin, G T, Dadykin, V L, & Ryazhskaya, O G. Search for neutrino radiation from gravitational collapse of stars: expectation and reality. USSR.
Zatsepin, G T, Dadykin, V L, and Ryazhskaya, O G. 1988. "Search for neutrino radiation from gravitational collapse of stars: expectation and reality." USSR.
@misc{etde_6095060,
title = {Search for neutrino radiation from gravitational collapse of stars: expectation and reality}
author = {Zatsepin, G T, Dadykin, V L, and Ryazhskaya, O G}
abstractNote = {Experimental data, obtained when searching neutrino radiation from gravitational collapse of stars are discussed. The following reactions are used for neutrino detection in experiments: ..nu..-tilde/sub e/+p->n+e/sup +/ and ..nu..+e/sup -/->..nu..+e/sup -/. Characteristics of four detectors, used during flare of Supernovae star on February, 23, 1987: Baksan underground scintillation telescope, Soviet-Italian liquid scintillation detector LSD, Cherenkov detector K2 (Japan-USA) and Cherenkov detector IMB(USA). Analysis of experiments showed that effects in each of four detectors satisfied or at least didn't disagree with conditions of mentioned reaction detection. Many problems should be solved when interpreting the whole body of results of neutrino detectors: two-stage mechanism of collapse, different angular distributions of K2 and IBM etc. The main problem lies in the fact, that measured enrgy fluxes in neutrino radiation exceed many times the same ones, permissible from the view point of modern astrophysical concepts.}
journal = {Vestn. Akad. Nauk SSSR; (USSR)}
volume = {9}
journal type = {AC}
place = {USSR}
year = {1988}
month = {Jan}
}