History and current status of in-ice radio frequency (RF) neutrino detection

@inproceedings{Besson2013HistoryAC,
  title={History and current status of in-ice radio frequency (RF) neutrino detection},
  author={Dave Z. Besson},
  year={2013}
}
As of this writing, there are three dedicated experiments based in Antarctica which seek first-ever measurement of the ultra-high-energy (“UHE”, Eν >100 PeV) neutrino flux at Earth by exploiting the Askaryan effect. All three (ANITA, ARA and ARIANNA) target detection of the so-called ‘cosmogenic neutrinos’ which should result from interactions of ultra-high-energy baryons with the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation (CMBR). Photoproduction of charged pions, via Nγ→Δ→Nπ±, with subsequent weak… CONTINUE READING

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