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The deep ocean is the largest and least known ecosystem on Earth. It hosts numerous pelagic organisms, most of which are able to emit light. Here we present a unique data set consisting of a 2.5-year long record of light emission by deep-sea pelagic organisms, measured from December 2007 to June 2010 at the ANTARES underwater neutrino telescope in the deep(More)
The primary aim of ANTARES is neutrino astronomy with upward going muons created in charged current muon neutrino interactions in the detector and its surroundings. Downward going muons are background for neutrino searches. These muons are the decay products of cosmic-ray collisions in the Earth's atmosphere far above the detector. This paper presents a(More)
The production of high-energy neutrinos is possible in several types of astrophysical sources. The detection of such neutrinos would yield information complementary to that provided by photons and charged particles. This paper presents results from a point source analysis using data taken during 2007 with the five-line partial configuration of the ANTARES(More)
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