Results from the AMANDA high energy neutrino detector

E. Andres, P. Askebjer, X. Bai, G. Barouch, S. W. Barwick, R. C. Bay, K. H. Becker, L. Bergström, D. Bertrand, A. Biron, J. Booth, O. Botner, A. Bouchta, M. M. Boyce, S. Carius, D. Chirkin, J. Conrad, C. G S Costa, D. F. Cowen, J. DailingE. Dalberg, T. DeYoung, P. Desiati, J. P. Dewulf, P. Doksus, J. Edsjö, P. Ekström, B. Erlandsson, T. Feser, M. Gaug, A. Goldschmidt, A. Goobar, H. Haase, A. Hallgren, F. Halzen, K. Hanson, R. Hardtke, Y. D. He, M. Hellwig, H. Heukenkamp, G. C. Hill, P. O. Hulth, S. Hundertmark, J. Jacobsen, A. Karle, J. Kim, B. Koci, L. Köpke, M. Kowalski, H. Leich, M. Leuthold, P. Lindahl, I. Liubarsky, P. Loaiza, D. M. Lowder, J. Ludvig, J. Madsen, P. Marciniewski, H. Matis, T. Mikolajski, T. C. Miller, Y. Minaeva, P. Miocinovic, P. Mock, R. Morse, T. Neunhöffer, F. M. Newcomer, P. Niessen, D. R. Nygren, C. Pérez de los Heros, R. Porrata, P. B. Price, K. Rawlins, C. Reed, W. Rhode, A. Richards, S. Richter, J. Rodriguez Martino, P. Romenesko, D. Ross, H. Rubinstein, H. G. Sander, T. Scheider, T. Schmidt, D. Schneider, E. Schneider, R. Schwarz, A. Silvestri, M. Solarz, G. Spiczak, C. Spiering, N. Starinski, D. Steele, P. Steffen, R. G. Stokstad, O. Streicher, Q. Sun, I. Taboada, L. Thollander, T. Thon, S. Tilav, M. Vander Donckt, C. Walck, C. Weinheimer, C. H. Wiebusch, R. Wischnewski, K. Woschnagg, W. Wu, G. Yodh, S. Young

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Abstract

This paper briefly summarizes the search for astronomical sources of high-energy neutrinos using the AMANDA-B10 detector. The complete data set from 1997 was analyzed. For Eμ > 10 TeV, the detector exceeds 10,000 m2 in effective area between declinations of 25 and 90 degrees. Neutrinos generated in the atmosphere by cosmic ray interactions were used to verify the overall sensitivity of the detector. The absolute pointing accuracy and angular resolution has been confirmed by the analysis of coincident events between the SPASE air shower array and the AMANDA detector. Preliminary flux limits from point source candidates are presented. For declinations larger than +45 degrees, our results compare favorably to existing limits for sources in the Southern sky. We also present the current status of the searches for high energy neutrino emission from diffusely distributed sources, GRBs, and WIMPs from the center of the earth.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)423-430
Number of pages8
JournalNuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements
Volume91
Issue number1-3
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 2001

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Funding Information:
This researchw as supportebdy the U.S. National ScienceF oundationO ffice of Polar Pro-gramsa nd PhysicsD ivision,the Universityo f Wisconsin Alumni ResearchF oundation,t he U.S. Departmenotf Energy,t he SwedishN atural ScienceR esearchC ouncil,the SwedishP o-lar ResearchS ecretariatt, he Knut and Alice WallenbergF oundationS, weden,t he German Ministry for Educationa nd Researcht,h e U.S. NationalE nergyR esearchS cientificC om-putingC enter( supportebdy the Officeo f Energy Researcho f the U.S. Departmenotf Energy), UC-Irvine AENEAS SupercomputFear-cility, DeutscheF orschungsgemeinsc(hDaFfGt ). C.P.H. receivedsu pporftr omthe EU 4th frame-work of Traininga nd Mobility of Researchers, contractE RBFMBICT91551 and D.F.C. ac-knowledgteh es upporot f the NSF CAREER program. P.L. was supportedb y grant from the SwedishS TINT programP. .D wass upportebdy the KoerberF oundation.

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