Expanding Core-Collapse Supernova Search Horizon of Neutrino Detectors

@article{Halim2020ExpandingCS,
  title={Expanding Core-Collapse Supernova Search Horizon of Neutrino Detectors},
  author={O Halim and C. F. Vigorito and Claudio Casentini and G. Pagliaroli and M. Drago and V Fafone},
  journal={Journal of Physics: Conference Series},
  year={2020},
  volume={1468}
}
Core-Collapse Supernovae, failed supernovae and quark novae are expected to release an energy of few 1053 ergs through MeV neutrinos and a network of detectors is operative to look online for these events. However, when the source distance increases and/or the average energy of emitted neutrinos decreases, the signal statistics drops and the identification of these low statistic astrophysical bursts could be challenging. In a standard search, neutrino detectors characterise the observed… 
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