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Neutrinos from pre-supernova star

  title={Neutrinos from pre-supernova star},
  author={A. Odrzywolek and M. Misiaszek and Marek Kutschera},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics},
Analysis of the massive star properties during C, Ne, O and Si burning i.e. the neutrino-cooled stage, leads to the simplified neutrino emission model. In the framework of this model we have simulated spectrum of the antineutrinos. Flux normalized according to the massive star model with explicitly given neutrino luminosity allow us to predict signal produced in water Cherenkov detectors. The results are discussed from the point of view of the possibility of the core-collapse supernova event… 

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