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- ANTARES: the first undersea neutrino telescope doi link

Auteur(s): Ageron M., Al Samarai I., Albert A., Anvar S., Arnaud K., Aslanides E., Astraatmadja T., Aubert J.-J., Baret B., Basa S., Becherini Y., Beltramelli J., Bertin V., Beurthey S., Billault M., Blaes R., de Botton N., Brown A.M., Brunner J., Busto J., Caillat L., Calzas A., Cârloganu C., Carton P.H., Chaleilh Th., Charvis Ph., Coppolani X., Fuda J.-L., Lefevre D., Tamburini C.

(Article) Publié: Nuclear Instruments And Methods In Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors And Associated Equipment, vol. 656 p.11-38 (2011)


Ref HAL: in2p3-00593848_v1
Ref Arxiv: 1104.1607v1
DOI: 10.1016/j.nima.2011.06.103
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Résumé:

The ANTARES Neutrino Telescope was completed in May 2008 and is the first operational Neutrino Telescope in the Mediterranean Sea. The main purpose of the detector is to perform neutrino astronomy and the apparatus also offers facilities for marine and Earth sciences. This paper describes the design, the construction and the installation of the telescope in the deep sea, offshore from Toulon in France. An illustration of the detector performance is given.



Commentaires: Preprint submitted to Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section A April 11, 2011