par Andres, E.;Bertrand, Daniel ;Costa, Caroline ;Dewulf, Jean-Paul ;Vander Donckt, Muriel ; [et al.]
Référence International journal of modern physics A, 16, SUPPL. 1C, page (1013-1015)
Publication Publié, 2001
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : We present results based on data taken in 1997 with the 302-PMT Antarctic Muon and Neutrino Detector Array-B10 ("AMANDA-B10") array. Atmospheric neutrinos created in the northern hemisphere are observed indirectly through their charged current interactions which produce relativistic, Cherenkov-light-emitting upgoing muons in the South Pole ice cap. The reconstructed angular distribution of these events is in good agreement with expectation and demonstrates the viability of this ice-based device as a neutrino telescope.