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We present first neutrino induced events observed with a deep underwater neutrino telescope. Data from 70 days effective life time of the BAIKAL prototype telescope NT-96 have been analyzed with two different methods. With the standard track reconstruction method, 9 clear upward muon candidates have been identified, in good agreement with 8.7 events(More)
We review the present status of the Baikal Neutrino Project and present preliminary results of a search for upward going atmospheric neutrinos, WIMPs and magnetic monopoles obtained with the detector NT-200 during 1998. Also the results of a search for very high energy neutrinos with partially completed detector in 1996 are presented. The Baikal Neutrino(More)
We present results of an experiment performed in Lake Baikal at a depth of approximately 1 km. The photomultipliers of an underwater neutrino telescope under construction at this site were illuminated by a distant laser. The experiment not only provided a useful cross-check of the time calibration of the detector but also allowed us to determine inherent(More)
We review the present status of the lake Baikal Neutrino Experiment and present selected physics results gained with the consequetive stages of the stepwise increasing detector: from NT-36 to NT-96. Results cover atmospheric muons, neutrino events, very high energy neutrinos, search for neutrino events from WIMP annihilation, search for magnetic monopoles(More)
The first stage of the Baikal Neutrino Telescope NT-200, the detector NT-36, was operated from 1993 to 95. The data obtained with this small array were analysed to search for vertically upward muons. Apart from neutrinos generated in the atmosphere at the opposite side of the Earth, such muons might be due to neutrinos produced in neutralino annihilations(More)
We review recent results on the search for high energy extrater-restrial neutrinos, neutrinos induced by WIMP annihilation and neutrinos coincident with Gamma Ray Bursts as obtained with the Baikal neutrino telescope NT-200. We describe the moderate upgrade of NT-200 towards a ∼10 Mton scale detector NT-200+. We finally draw a few lessons from our(More)