Search for stellar gravitational collapse by MACRO: Characteristics and results

R. Bellotti, F. Cafagna, M. Calicchio, G. De Cataldo, C. De Marzo, O. Erriquez, C. Favuzzi, P. Fusco, N. Giglietto, P. Spinelli, J. Petrakis, R. Antolini, B. B. Bam, S. Cecchini, G. Giacomelli, G. Mandrioli, A. Margiotta-Neri, P. Matteuzzi, L. Patrizii, F. PredieriE. Scapparone, P. Serra Lugaresi, M. Spurio, V. Togo, S. Ahlen, R. Cormack, E. Kearns, S. Klein, G. Ludlam, A. Marin, C. Okada, J. Stone, L. Sulak, W. Worstell, B. Barish, S. Coutu, J. Hong, E. Katsuvounidis, S. Kyriazopoulou, G. Liu, R. Liu, D. Michael, C. Peck, N. Pignatano, K. Scholberg, J. Steele, C. Walter, C. Lane, R. Steinberg, G. Battistoni

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The first MACRO lower supermodule has been sensitive to antineutrinos from stellar gravitational collapse since spring 1989. The results with the 44 tonnes of liquid scintillator which have been instrumented to search for stellar gravitational collapse are discussed here.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)61-64
Number of pages4
JournalNuclear Physics B (Proceedings Supplements)
Issue number1
StatePublished - Jul 1992


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