# Supernova neutrinos, neutrino oscillations, and the mass of the progenitor star

@article{Takahashi2003SupernovaNN,
title={Supernova neutrinos, neutrino oscillations, and the mass of the progenitor star},
author={Keitaro Takahashi and Katsuhiko Sato and Adam S. Burrows and Todd A. Thompson},
journal={Physical Review D},
year={2003},
volume={68},
pages={113009}
}
• Published 6 June 2003
• Physics
• Physical Review D
We investigate the initial progenitor mass dependence of the early-phase neutrino signal from supernovae taking neutrino oscillations into account. The early-phase analysis has advantages in that it is not affected by the time evolution of the density structure of the star due to shock propagation or whether the remnant is a neutron star or a black hole. The initial mass affects the evolution of the massive star and its presupernova structure, which is important for two reasons when considering…
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