Department of Theoretical Physics
University of Vienna



November 25 - 27, 2005





G. Raffelt (Munich):


Neutrino Physics in Heaven



After a brief overview of the usual topics that connect astrophysics and cosmology with neutrino physics I will focus on two main themes. First, what can we learn from the neutrino signal of a future galactic supernova, in particular about the neutrino mass ordering. Second, what can we learn about neutrino properties from cosmological observables, notably about the neutrino absolute mass scale from cosmological large-scale structure observables.

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