SYMMETRY: DUNE scientists see particle tracks with dual-phase technology

Press/Media: Research

Release date: 14/10/2019

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“We also hope to catch the neutrinos from a supernova explosion in our galaxy in the DUNE detector,” says DUNE co-spokesperson Stefan Soldner-Rembold of the University of Manchester. “This will help us to understand the mechanism of these gigantic star explosions. The dual-phase technology will allow us to observe thousands of neutrinos within the 10-second burst of a galactic supernova, a once-in-a-lifetime event for most of us.”

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TitleDUNE scientists see particle tracks with dual-phase technology
Media name/outletSymmetry
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date14/10/19
Description“We also hope to catch the neutrinos from a supernova explosion in our galaxy in the DUNE detector,” says DUNE co-spokesperson Stefan Soldner-Rembold of the University of Manchester. “This will help us to understand the mechanism of these gigantic star explosions. The dual-phase technology will allow us to observe thousands of neutrinos within the 10-second burst of a galactic supernova, a once-in-a-lifetime event for most of us.”
URLhttps://www.symmetrymagazine.org/article/dune-scientists-see-particle-tracks-with-dual-phase-technology
PersonsStefan Soldner-Rembold