Extended search for supernovalike neutrinos in NOvA coincident with LIGO/Virgo detections

@article{Acero2021ExtendedSF,
  title={Extended search for supernovalike neutrinos in NOvA coincident with LIGO/Virgo detections},
  author={Mario A. Acero and P. Adamson and Leonidas Aliaga and Nikolai Anfimov and A. I. Antoshkin and E. Arrieta-Diaz and Lily Asquith and Adam Aurisano and A. Back and C. Backhouse and Michael Baird and Nikita Balashov and Pierre Baldi and Bindu A. Bambah and S. Bashar and Kirk Bays and Robert Bernstein and Vasudha Bhatnagar and Bipul Bhuyan and Jianming Bian and J. Blair and Alexander Booth and R. Bowles and Carl Bromberg and Norman Buchanan and Anatoly Butkevich and Steven Calvez and Thomas J Carroll and E. Catano-Mur and B. C. Choudhary and Anne Christensen and Thomas E. Coan and M. Colo and Lauren Anita Corwin and L. Cremonesi and Gavin S. Davies and Paul F. Derwent and P. F. Ding and Z. Djurcic and Michael Dolce and Derek Doyle and D. Duenas Tonguino and Edmond Craig Dukes and Hongyue Duyang and Sijith Edayath and Ralf Ehrlich and Miranda Elkins and E. Ewart and Gary J. Feldman and Peter Filip and Jiř{\'i} Franc and Martin Frank and H. R. Gallagher and Reddy Pratap Gandrajula and F. Gao and Anjan Kumar Giri and Ricardo Avelino Gomes and Maury Charles Goodman and V. M. Grichine and Manfred Groh and Robert Craig Group and Bin Guo and Alec Habig and Frantisek Hakl and Alex Hall and Jeff Hartnell and Robert Hatcher and A. Hatzikoutelis and Heike Hausner and Kenneth J. Heller and Jeremy Hewes and Alexander Himmel and A. Holin and J. Huang and B. Jargowsky and J. Jarosz and Filip Jedin{\'y} and C. Johnson and Matt R. Judah and Igor D. Kakorin and D. Kalra and Daniel M. Kaplan and A. Kalitkina and R. Keloth and O. L. Klimov and Lisa Koerner and Liudmila Kolupaeva and S. K. Kotelnikov and R. Kralik and Ch. Kullenberg and M L Kubu and A. Kumar and Chatura Kuruppu and Vlastimil Kus and Teresa Lackey and Karol Lang and Pierre Lasorak and John Leo Lesmeister and S. K. Lin and Adam Robert Andover Lister and J. C. Liu and Milos Lokajicek and Steve Magill and M. Manrique Plata and W. A. Mann and Marvin L. Marshak and Marta Mart{\'i}nez-Casales and Viktor Matveev and Billy Woods Mayes and David M'endez and M. D. Messier and Henry O. A. Meyer and Ting Miao and William H. Miller and S. R. Mishra and Aaron Mislivec and Rukmani Mohanta and Adam Moren and Anna Morozova and Wei Mu and Leon Mualem and Mathew Muether and Stuart Lee Mufson and K. Mulder and Donna Lynne Naples and N. Nayak and Jenny Nelson and Robert C. Nichol and E. Niner and Andrew Norman and Anne Norrick and Tom{\'a}{\vs} Nosek and H. Oh and Alexander Olshevskiy and T. Olson and Jordan Ott and Jonathan Paley and Ryan Benton Patterson and G. Pawloski and O. N. Petrova and Roberto Petti and D. D. Phan and Robert K. Plunkett and J. C. C. Porter and A. Rafique and Fernanda Psihas and V. Raj and M. Rajaoalisoa and Bryan Ramson and Brian J. Rebel and Paul Rojas and Vladimir A. Ryabov and Oleg B. Samoylov and M. C. Sanchez and S. S'anchez Falero and Peter Shanahan and Andrey Sheshukov and P. N. Singh and V. P. Singh and E. Smith and Jan Smol{\'i}k and Pavel Snopok and Nickolas Solomey and Alexandre Sousa and Karel Soustruznik and Matthew Strait and Louise Suter and Andrew Sutton and S. Swain and C. Sweeney and B. Tapia Oregui and P. Tas and Tarak Thakore and Ramesh Babu Thayyullathil and J. P. Thomas and Emrah Tiras and Jyoti Tripathi and J. Trokan-Tenorio and Aristeidis Tsaris and Yaǧmur Torun and Jon Urheim and P. Vahle and Z. Vallari and Justin A. Vasel and Petr Vokac and T. Vrba and Michael Wallbank and Thomas K. Warburton and Matthew J. Wetstein and Denver Whittington and Don Athula Wickremasinghe and Stanley G. Wojcicki and Jeremy Wolcott and W Wu and Y. Xiao and A. Yallappa Dombara and Katsuya Yonehara and S. P. Yu and Y. Yu and S. Zadorozhnyy and Jaroslav Z{\'a}le{\vs}{\'a}k and Y. Zhang and Robert Zwaska},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2021}
}
M. A. Acero, P. Adamson, L. Aliaga, N. Anfimov, A. Antoshkin, E. Arrieta-Diaz, L. Asquith, A. Aurisano, A. Back, C. Backhouse, M. Baird, N. Balashov, P. Baldi, B. A. Bambah, S. Bashar, K. Bays, R. Bernstein, V. Bhatnagar, B. Bhuyan, J. Bian, J. Blair, A. C. Booth, R. Bowles, C. Bromberg, N. Buchanan, A. Butkevich, S. Calvez, T. J. Carroll, E. Catano-Mur, B. C. Choudhary, A. Christensen, T. E. Coan, M. Colo, L. Corwin, L. Cremonesi, G. S. Davies, P. F. Derwent, P. Ding, Z. Djurcic, M. Dolce, D… 

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