Solar Neutrino Measurements. (arXiv:1812.02326v1 [nucl-ex])

Solar Neutrino Measurements. (arXiv:1812.02326v1 [nucl-ex])
<a href="http://arxiv.org/find/nucl-ex/1/au:+Pocar_A/0/1/0/all/0/1">Andrea Pocar</a>

We present the most recent results from the two currently running solar
neutrino experiments, Borexino at the Gran Sasso laboratory in Italy and SuperK
at Kamioka mine in Japan. SuperK has released the most precise yet measurement
of the 8B solar neutrino interaction rate, with a precision better than 2%,
consistent with a constant solar neutrino emission over more than a decade.
Borexino has released refined measurements of all neutrinos produced in the pp
fusion chain. For the first time, one single detector has measured the entire
range of solar neutrinos at once. These new data weakly favor a
high-metallicity Sun. Prospects for measuring CNO solar neutrinos with Borexino
are discussed, and a brief outlook on the field provided.

We present the most recent results from the two currently running solar
neutrino experiments, Borexino at the Gran Sasso laboratory in Italy and SuperK
at Kamioka mine in Japan. SuperK has released the most precise yet measurement
of the 8B solar neutrino interaction rate, with a precision better than 2%,
consistent with a constant solar neutrino emission over more than a decade.
Borexino has released refined measurements of all neutrinos produced in the pp
fusion chain. For the first time, one single detector has measured the entire
range of solar neutrinos at once. These new data weakly favor a
high-metallicity Sun. Prospects for measuring CNO solar neutrinos with Borexino
are discussed, and a brief outlook on the field provided.

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