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Prospects for detection of a cosmologically significant neutrino mass from a galactic supernova neutrino burst using a neutral-current-based detector.


We discuss how proposed supernova neutrino detectors could measure masses for or neutrinos in the range of 15 to 50 eV. The range for measurable masses might be extended down to 5 eV, depending on our confidence in some of the predicted features of the supernova-neutrino-burst signal. We discuss the expected characteristics of supernova neutrino signals in proposed neutral-current-based detectors. © 1994 The American Physical Society.

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