High-energy neutrino astronomy with «small» underground detectors View Full Text


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DATE

1985-05

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V. S. Berezinsky, C. Castagnoli, P. Galeotti

ABSTRACT

High-energy (Eν>(10÷30) GeV) neutrino sources which can be detected by underground detectors with areaS∼100 m2 are discussed in this paper. It is shown that the horizon of these detectors is limited to our Galaxy. The main process to detect neutrino sources,i.e. production of high-energy muons in νμN → μX scattering is studied in detail. Single sources (young supernova shells and supergiants fed by an active pulsar) and binary sources (young pulsar and giant, supernova explosion in a binary system, etc. …) are found to be able to produce a detectable neutrino flux. Special attention is given to Cyg X-3. Finally, it is shown that the possibility to detect neutrinos from solar flares on the opposite side of the Sun can be ruled out on the grounds of γ-rays observations. More... »

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185-211

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02574707

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