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Observation in the Kamiokande-II detector of the neutrino burst from supernova SN1987A



Observation in the Kamiokande-II detector of the neutrino burst from supernova SN1987A



Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields 38(2): 448-458




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DOI: 10.1103/physrevd.38.448


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