Neutrinos and the Stars
by Georg Raffelt
Publisher: arXiv 2012
Number of pages: 83
The role of neutrinos in stars is introduced for students with little prior astrophysical exposure. We begin with neutrinos as an energy-loss channel in ordinary stars and conversely, how stars provide information on neutrinos and possible other low-mass particles.
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