Results from the Antarctic muon and nuetrino detector array

J. Ahrens, X. Bai, S. W. Barwick, T. Becka, K. H. Becker, E. Bernardini, D. Bertrand, F. Binon, A. Biron, S. Böser, O. Botner, O. Bouhali, T. Burgess, S. Carius, T. Castermans, A. Chen, D. Chirkin, J. Conrad, J. Cooley, D. F. CowenA. Davour, C. De Clercq, T. De Young, P. Desiati, J. P. Dewulf, P. Doksus, P. Ekström, T. Feser, T. K. Gaisser, M. Gaug, L. Gerhardt, A. Godschmidt, A. Hallgren, F. Halzen, K. Hanson, R. Hardtke, T. Hauschildt, M. Hellwig, P. Herquet, G. C. Hill, P. O. Hulth, S. Hundertmark, J. Jacobson, A. Karle, B. Koci, L. Köpke, P. Kuehn, M. Kowalski, J. I. Lamoureux, H. Leich, M. Leuthold, P. Lindahl, I. Liubarsky, J. Madsen, P. Marciniewski, H. S. Matis, C. P. McParland, Y. Minaeva, P. Miočinovć, R. Morse, R. Nahnhauer, T. Neunhöffer, P. Niessen, D. R. Nygren, H. Ogelman, Ph Olbrechts, C. Péres de los Heros, A. C. Pohl, P. B. Price, G. T. Przybylski, K. Rawlins, E. Resconi, W. Rhode, M. Ribordy, S. Richter, J. Rodríguez Martino, D. Ross, H. G. Sander, T. Schmidt, D. Schneider, R. Schwarz, A. Silvestri, M. Solarz, G. M. Spiczak, C. Spiering, D. Steele, P. Steffen, R. G. Stokstad, P. Sudhoff, K. H. Sulanke, I. Taboada, L. Thollander, S. Tilay, C. Walck, C. Weinheimer, C. H. Wiebusch, C. Wiedemann, H. Wissing

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We show new results from both the older and newer incarnations of AMANDA (AMANDA-B10 and AMANDA-II, respectively). These results demonstrate that AMANDA is a functioning, multipurpose detector with significant physics and astrophysics reach. They include a new higher-statistics measurement of the atmospheric muon neutrino flux and preliminary results from searches for a variety of sources of ultrahigh energy neutrinos: generic point sources, gamma-ray bursters and diffuse sources producing muons in the detector, and diffuse sources producing electromagnetic or hadronic showers in or near the detector.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)371-379
Number of pages9
JournalNuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements
StatePublished - Apr 2003

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This research was supported by the following agencies: U.S. National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs; U.S. National Science Foundation, Physics Division; University of Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation; U.S. Department of Energy; Swedish Research Council; Swedish Polar Research Secretariat; Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, Sweden; German Ministry for Education and Research; U.S. National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (supported by the Office of Energy Research of the U.S. Department of Energy); UC-Irvine AENEAS Supercomputer Facility; Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). D.F.C. acknowledges the support of the NSF CAREER program.


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