A SEARCH FOR ELECTRON ANTINEUTRINOS ASSOCIATED WITH GRAVITATIONAL-WAVE EVENTS GW150914 AND GW151226 USING KAMLAND

@article{Gando2016ASF,
  title={A SEARCH FOR ELECTRON ANTINEUTRINOS ASSOCIATED WITH GRAVITATIONAL-WAVE EVENTS GW150914 AND GW151226 USING KAMLAND},
  author={Azusa Gando and Yoshihito Gando and T. Hachiya and A. Hayashi and Shingo Hayashida and H Ikeda and K. Inoue and Koji Ishidoshiro and Y. Karino and Masayuki Koga and Shigeki Matsuda and Tadao Mitsui and K Nakamura and S. Obara and Takeshi Oura and H. Ozaki and I. Shimizu and Yutaka Shirahata and J. Shirai and Akira Suzuki and Teruo Takai and Kazuyoshi Tamae and Y. Teraoka and Kota Ueshima and H. Watanabe and A. Kozlov and Yasuhiro Takemoto and Sei Yoshida and K. Fushimi and A. Piepke and Thomas I. Banks and B. E. Berger and B. K. Fujikawa and T. O’Donnell and John G. Learned and J. Maricic and Michinari Sakai and Lindley Winslow and Emmett Krupczak and Jonathan Loren Ouellet and Y. Efremenko and H. J. Karwowski and Diane Melanie Markoff and W. Tornow and J. A. Detwiler and Sanshiro Enomoto and M. P. Decowski},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Letters},
  year={2016},
  volume={829}
}
We present a search, using KamLAND, a kiloton-scale anti-neutrino detector, for low-energy anti-neutrino events that were coincident with the gravitational-wave (GW) events GW150914 and GW151226, and the candidate event LVT151012. We find no inverse beta-decay neutrino events within ±500 s of either GW signal. This non-detection is used to constrain the electron anti-neutrino fluence and the total integrated luminosity of the astrophysical sources. 

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