Super-Kamiokande love



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  • K2K neutrino event at Super-Kamiokande reconstructed as a pi-zero.


  • It's the Super-Kamiokande once more, simply because the whole thing's so incredibly beautiful, here photographed after its reconstruction and before it was filled with 50,000 tons of pure heavy water.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • For instance, there is the Super-Kamiokande, that water-filled “giant crystal cathedral” somewhere deep underground in Japan.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Via Pruned come photos of Super-Kamiokande, a gigantic underground neutrino detector.

    Conscientious: Science: July 2007 Archives

  • It was photographed by the Super-Kamiokande experiment in Japan with 503.8 days and nights of exposure.

    Sun Shots

  • But this is an image of the Sun in neutrinos, reconstructed using data from the Super-Kamiokande neutrino detector in Japan.

    The Moon’s an arrant thief, and her pale fire she snatches from the Sun

  • The preferred neutrino parameters from these pre-SNO analyses agreed with the parameters that were selected later with higher confidence by the SNO and Super-Kamiokande results.

    Solving the Mystery of the Missing Neutrinos

  • On the other hand, the Kamiokande and Super-Kamiokande water experiments in Japan and the later SNO heavy water experiments had some sensitivity to muon and tau neutrinos in addition to their primary sensitivity to electron neutrinos.

    Solving the Mystery of the Missing Neutrinos

  • If the standard model of particle physics was right, the fraction measured by SNO and the fraction measured by Super-Kamiokande should be the same.

    Solving the Mystery of the Missing Neutrinos

  • Combining the SNO and the Super-Kamiokande measurements, the SNO collaboration determined the total number of solar neutrinos of all types (electron, muon, and tau) as well as the number of just electron neutrinos.

    Solving the Mystery of the Missing Neutrinos


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    October 6, 2015