Solar neutrino results from SAGE
We report the results of ten years of solar neutrino observation by the Russian-American Gallium solar neutrino Experiment (SAGE). The overall result of 70 runs during the measurement period January 1990 to October 1999 is 75.4 +7.0/-6.8 (stat.) +3.5/-3.0 (syst.) SNU. This represents only slightly more than half of the predicted standard solar model rate of 129 SNU. The individual results of each run, and the results of combined analysis of all runs during each year, as well as the results of combined analysis of all runs during monthly and bimonthly periods are presented.
Publication Source (Journal or Book title)
Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements
Gavrin, V., Gavrin, V., Abdurashitovi, J., Bowles, T., Cherry, M., Cleveland, B., Davis, R., Elliott, S., Girin, S., Gorbachev, V., Ibragimova, T., Kalikhov, A., Khairnasov, N., Knodel, T., Lande, K., Mirmov, I., Nico, J., Shikhin, A., Teasdale, W., Veretenkin, E., Vermul, V., Wark, D., Wildenhain, P., Wilkerson, J., Yants, V., & Zatsepin, G. (2001). Solar neutrino results from SAGE. Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements, 91 (1-3), 36-43. https://doi.org/10.1016/s0920-5632(00)00920-8