IceCube-Gen2: A Vision for the Future of Neutrino Astronomy in Antarctica

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Aartsen, M. G.; Ackermann, M.; Arlen, T. C.; Gretskov, P.; Groh, J. C.; Gross, A.; Ha, C.; Haack, C.; Ismail, A. Haj; Hallen, P.; Hallgren, A.; Halzen, F.; Hanson, K.; Auffenberg, J.; Haugen, J.; Hebecker, D.; Heereman, D.; Heinen, D.; Helbing, K.; Hellauer, R.; Hellwig, D.; Hickford, S.; Hignight, J.; Hill, G. C.; Axani, S.; Hoffman, K. D.; Hoffmann, R.; Homeier, A.; Hoshina, K.; Huang, F.; ... view all 327 authors
(2014)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3204/PUBDB-2017-09959
  • Subject: observatory | flavor | ice | flux [neutrino] | IceCube | GZK effect | pole
    arxiv: Physics::Instrumentation and Detectors | High Energy Physics::Phenomenology | Astrophysics::High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena | Astrophysics::Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics | High Energy Physics::Experiment

The recent observation by the IceCube neutrino observatory of an astrophysical flux of neutrinos represents the 'first light' in the nascent field of neutrino astronomy. The observed diffuse neutrino flux seems to suggest a much larger level of hadronic activity in the ... View more
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