Preliminary result from ANITA experiment

Jiwoo Nam, P. W. Gorham, S. W. Barwick, J. J. Beatty, D. Z. Besson, W. R. Binns, C. Chen, P. Chen, J. M. Clem, A. Connolly, P. F. Dowkontt, M. A. DuVernois, R. C. Field, D. J. Goldstein, A. Goodhue, C. Hast, C. L. Hebert, S. Hoover, M. H. Israel, A. JavaidJ. Kowalski, J. G. Learned, K. M. Liewer, J. T. Link, E. Lusczek, S. Matsuno, B. C. Mercurio, C. Miki, P. Miočinović, C. J. Naudet, J. Ng, R. J. Nichol, K. J. Palladino, K. Reil, A. Romero-Wolf, M. Rosen, D. Saltzberg, D. Seckel, G. S. Varner, D. Walz, F. Wu

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The ANITA (ANtarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna) experiment is a balloon-borne neutrino telescope which consists of an array of 32 broad-band horn antennas. It successfully completed a 35 day flight over Antarctica during the 2006-2007 austral summer. The primary goal of ANITA is to search for astrophysical neutrinos with energies E > 1019eV by detecting radio Cherenkov signals from neutrino induced showers in the Antarctic ice. We present preliminary results from ongoing analyses of ANITA data.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1419-1430
Number of pages12
JournalModern Physics Letters A
Issue number17-20
StatePublished - Jun 28 2008


  • Askaryan effect
  • GZK process
  • UHE neutrino

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