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30 May 2022 to 4 June 2022
Virtual Seoul
Asia/Seoul timezone

Extending the detection horizon of neutrinos from a core-collapse supernova using high energy neutrinos

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Virtual Seoul

Virtual Seoul

Poster Astrophysical neutrinos Poster


Large neutrino telescopes monitor for core-collapse supernovae using low energy neutrinos (O(10 MeV)), with current detectors reach to a burst of supernova neutrinos being at most to the Magellanic Clouds. However, some models predicted the emission of high-energy neutrinos (> TeV) from core-collapse supernovae through the interaction of ejecta with circumstellar material and choked jets. In this poster, I will explore the detection horizon of IceCube for core-collapse supernovae using high-energy neutrinos from these models, showing that the detection horizon can be pushed past the LMC to the Mpc range.

Primary author

Nora Valtonen-Mattila (Uppsala University)

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