Supernova Neutrinos: Production, Oscillations and Detection

@article{Mirizzi2015SupernovaNP,
  title={Supernova Neutrinos: Production, Oscillations and Detection},
  author={Alessandro Mirizzi and Irene Tamborra and Hans-Thomas Janka and Ninetta Saviano and Kate Scholberg and Robert Bollig and Lorenz Hudepohl and Sovan Chakraborty},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena},
  year={2015}
}
Neutrinos play a crucial role in the collapse and explosion of massive stars, governing the infall dynamics of the stellar core, triggering and fueling the explosion and driving the cooling and deleptonization of the newly formed neutron star. Due to their role neutrinos carry information from the heart of the explosion and, due to their weakly interacting nature, offer the only direct probe of the dynamics and thermodynamics at the center of a supernova. In this paper, we review the present… 
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