Supernova observations for neutrino mixing parameters

Dighe, Amol (2011) Supernova observations for neutrino mixing parameters American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings, 1382 (1). No pp. given. ISSN 0094-243X

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The neutrino spectra from a future galactic core collapse supernova could reveal information on the neutrino mixing pattern, especially on θ13 and the mass hierarchy. I briefly outline our current understanding of neutrino flavor conversions inside a supernova, and point out possible signatures of various neutrino mixing scenarios that the neutrino detectors should look for. Supernova neutrinos provide a probe for θ13 and mass hierarchy that is complementary to, and sometimes even better than, the current and proposed terrestrial neutrino oscillation experiments.

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Keywords:Supernovae; Neutrinos; Neutrino Mixing; Neutrino Oscillations; Mass Spectra
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