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Extended search for supernova-like neutrinos in NOvA coincident with LIGO/Virgo detections

@inproceedings{Acero2021ExtendedSF,
  title={Extended search for supernova-like neutrinos in NOvA coincident with LIGO/Virgo detections},
  author={M. A. Acero and P. Adamson and L. Aliaga and N. Anfimov and A. Antoshkin and E. Arrieta-Diaz and L. Asquith and A. Aurisano and A. Back and C. Backhouse and M. Baird and N. Balashov and P. Baldi and B. Bambah and S. Bashar and K. Bays and R. Bernstein and Vasudha Bhatnagar and B. Bhuyan and J. Bian and J. Blair and A. Booth and R. Bowles and C. Bromberg and N. Buchanan and A. Butkevich and S. Calvez and T. Carroll and E. Catano-Mur and B. Choudhary and A. Christensen and T. Coan and M. Colo and L. Corwin and L. Cremonesi and G. Davies and P. Derwent and P. Ding and Z. Djurcic and M. Dolce and D. Doyle and D. D. Tonguino and E. Dukes and H. Duyang and S. Edayath and R. Ehrlich and M. Elkins and E. Ewart and G. Feldman and P. Filip and J. Franc and M. Frank and H. Gallagher and R. Gandrajula and F. Gao and A. Giri and R. Gomes and M. Goodman and V. Grichine and M. Groh and R. Group and B. Guo and A. Habig and F. Hakl and A. Hall and J. Hartnell and R. Hatcher and A. Hatzikoutelis and H. Hausner and K. Heller and J. Hewes and A. Himmel and A. Holin and J. Huang and B. Jargowsky and J. Jarosz and F. Jedin{\'y} and C. Johnson and M. Judah and I. Kakorin and D. Kalra and D. Kaplan and A. Kalitkina and R. Keloth and O. Klimov and L. Koerner and L. Kolupaeva and S. Kotelnikov and R. Kr{\'a}l{\'i}k and C. Kullenberg and M. Kubu and A. Kumar and C. Kuruppu and V. Kus and T. Lackey and K. Lang and P. Lasorak and J. Lesmeister and S. Lin and A. Lister and J. Liu and M. Lokaj{\'i}cek and S. Magill and M. M. Plata and W. A. Mann and M. Marshak and M. Mart{\'i}nez-Casales and V. Matveev and B. Mayes and D. M'endez and M. Messier and H. Meyer and T. Miao and W. Miller and S. Mishra and A. Mislivec and R. Mohanta and A. Moren and A. Morozova and W. Mu and L. Mualem and M. Muether and S. Mufson and K. Mulder and D. Naples and N. Nayak and J. Nelson and R. Nichol and E. Niner and A. Norman and A. Norrick and T. Nosek and H. Oh and A. Olshevskiy and T. Olson and J. Ott and J. Paley and R. Patterson and G. Pawloski and O. Petrova and R. Petti and D. Phan and R. Plunkett and J. Porter and A. Rafique and F. Psihas and V. Raj and M. Rajaoalisoa and B. Ramson and B. Rebel and P. Rojas and V. Ryabov and O. Samoylov and M. Sanchez and S. S. Falero and P. Shanahan and A. Sheshukov and P. Singh and V. Singh and E. Smith and J. Smolı́k and P. Snopok and N. Solomey and A. Sousa and K. Soustruznik and M. Strait and L. Suter and A. Sutton and S. Swain and C. Sweeney and B. T. Oregui and P. Tas and T. Thakore and R. B. Thayyullathil and J. Thomas and E. Tiraş and J. Tripathi and J. Trokan-Tenorio and A. Tsaris and Y. Torun and J. Urheim and P. Vahle and Z. Vallari and J. Vasel and P. Vokac and T. Vrba and M. Wallbank and T. Warburton and M. Wetstein and D. Whittington and D. A. Wickremasinghe and S. Wojcicki and J. Wolcott and W. Wu and Y. Xiao and A. Y. Dombara and K. Yonehara and S. Yu and Y. Yu and S. Zadorozhnyy and J. Z{\'a}le{\vs}{\'a}k and Y. Zhang and R. Zwaska},
  year={2021}
}
M. A. Acero,2 P. Adamson,12 L. Aliaga,12 N. Anfimov,26 A. Antoshkin,26 E. Arrieta-Diaz,28 L. Asquith,41 A. Aurisano,6 A. Back,24 C. Backhouse,46 M. Baird,20, 41, 47 N. Balashov,26 P. Baldi,25 B. A. Bambah,17 S. Bashar,45 K. Bays,4, 19 R. Bernstein,12 V. Bhatnagar,34 B. Bhuyan,14 J. Bian,25, 31 J. Blair,16 A. C. Booth,41 R. Bowles,20 C. Bromberg,29 N. Buchanan,8 A. Butkevich,22 S. Calvez,8 T. J. Carroll,44, 50 E. Catano-Mur,49 B. C. Choudhary,10 A. Christensen,8 T. E. Coan,39 M. Colo,49 L… Expand

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