The flux of neutrinos that originate in thermonuclear processes in the sun's interior is much lower than expected, according to recent measurements by Raymond Davis Jr, Don Harmer, Kenneth Hoffman and Blair Munhofen of Brookhaven. The experiment suggests that our ideas about the sun's interior may need to be revised.
Neutrino Flux from Sun Is Lower than Expected
Neutrino Flux from Sun Is Lower than Expected. Physics Today 1 March 1968; 21 (3): 73. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3034833
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