Targeting ultra-high energy neutrinos with the ARIANNA experiment

24 Jun 2019 Anker A. Barwick S. W. Bernhoff H. Besson D. Z. Bingefors Nils Gaswint G. Glaser C. Hallgren A. Hanson J. C. Lahmann R. Latif U. Nam J. Novikov A. Klein S. R. Kleinfelder S. A. Nelles A. Paul M. P. Persichilli C. Shively S. R. Tatar J. Unger E. Wang S. -H. Yodh G.

The measurement of ultra-high energy (UHE) neutrinos (E $>$ \SI{e16}{eV}) opens a new field of astronomy with the potential to reveal the sources of ultra-high energy cosmic rays especially if combined with observations in the electromagnetic spectrum and gravitational waves. The ARIANNA pilot detector explores the detection of UHE neutrinos with a surface array of independent radio detector stations in Antarctica which allows for a cost-effective instrumentation of large volumes... (read more)

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  • INSTRUMENTATION AND METHODS FOR ASTROPHYSICS
  • HIGH ENERGY ASTROPHYSICAL PHENOMENA