The AMANDA neutrino telescope and the indirect search for dark matter: AMANDA Colaboration

R. C. Bay, Y. He, D. Lowder, P. Miocinovic, P. B. Price, M. Solarz, K. Woschnagg, S. W. Barwick, J. Booth, P. C. Mock, R. Porrata, E. Schneider, G. Yodh, D. Cowen, M. Carlson, C. G.S. Costa, T. Deyoung, L. Gray, F. Halzen, R. HardtkeJ. Jacobsen, V. Kankhadai, A. Karle, I. Liubarsky, R. Morse, S. Tilav, T. C. Miller, E. C. Andrés, P. Askebjer, L. Bergström, A. Bouchta, E. Dalberg, P. Ekström, A. Goobar, P. O. Hulth, C. Walck, A. Hallgren, C. P.De Los Heros, P. Marciniewski, H. Rubinstein, S. Carius, P. Lindahl, A. Biron, S. Hundertmark, M. Leuthold, P. Niessen, C. Spiering, O. Streicher, T. Thon, C. H. Wiebusch, R. Wischnewski, D. Nygren, A. Jones, S. Hart, D. Potter, G. Hill, R. Schwarz

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Abstract

With an effective telescope area of order 104m2, a threshold of ~50GeV and a pointing accuracy of 2.5°, the AMANDA detector represents the first of a new generation of high energy neutrino telescopes, reaching a scale envisaged over 25 years ago. We describe its performance, focussing on the capability to detect halo dark matter particles via their annihilation into neutrinos.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)243-252
Number of pages10
JournalPhysics Report
Volume307
Issue number1-4
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 1 1998

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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