Update on Neutrinos, Dark Matter, and Cryogenic Detection
Our meeting takes place under an auspicious sign, that of the supernova in the large Magellenic cloud. With SN 1987A and the observation of an associated neutrino signal, there is now a second fact in astronomy to be added to the pioneering work with the C1 solar neutrino detector in the Homestake mine.
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- 1.For a review of neutrino properties see the talk by DiLella, Astro-Particle School, Erice, Jan. 1987Google Scholar
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