The AMANDA neutrino detector

R. Wischnewski, E. Andrés, P. Askebjer, S. Barwick, R. Bay, L. Bergström, A. Biron, J. Booth, O. Botner, A. Bouchta, S. Carius, M. Carlson, W. Chinowsky, D. Chirkin, D. Cowen, C. Costa, E. Dalberg, T. Deyoung, J. Edsjo, P. EkströmA. Goobar, L. Gray, A. Hallgren, F. Halzen, R. Hardtke, Y. He, G. Hill, P. Hulth, S. Hundertmark, J. Jacobsen, V. Kandhadai, A. Karle, J. Kim, H. Leich, M. Leuthold, P. Lindahl, T. Liss, I. Liubarsky, P. Loaiza, D. Lowder, P. Marciniewski, T. Miller, P. Miocinovic, P. Mock, R. Morse, M. Newcomer, P. Niessen, D. Nygren, C. Pérez de los Hcros, R. Porrata, P. Price, G. Przybylski, W. Rhode, S. Richter, J. Rodriguez, P. Romenesko, D. Ross, H. Rubinstein, T. Schmidt, E. Schneider, R. Schwarz, U. Schwendicke, G. Smoot, M. Solarz, V. Sorin, C. Spiering, P. Steffen, R. Stokstad, O. Streicher, L. Thollander, T. Thon, S. Tilav, C. Walck, C. Wiebusch, K. Woschnagg, W. Wu, G. Yodh, S. Young

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The first stage of the AMANDA High Energy Neutrino Detector at the South Pole, the 302 PMT array AMANDA-B with an expected effective area for TeV neutrinos of ∼ 104 m2, has been taking data since 1997. Progress with calibration, investigation of ice properties, as well as muon and neutrino data analysis are described. The next stage 20-string detector AMANDA-II with ∼800 PMTs will be completed in spring 2000.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)412-414
Number of pages3
JournalNuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements
Issue number1-2
StatePublished - Mar 1999

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics
  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics


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