Measuring the polarization reconstruction resolution of the ARIANNA neutrino detector with cosmic rays

@article{Anker2021MeasuringTP,
  title={Measuring the polarization reconstruction resolution of the ARIANNA neutrino detector with cosmic rays},
  author={A. Anker and P. Baldi and Steven W. Barwick and Jakob Beise and Dave Z. Besson and Sjoerd Bouma and Maddalena Cataldo and P. H. Chen and Geoffrey Gaswint and Christian Glaser and Allan Hallgren and Steffen Hallmann and Jordan C. Hanson and Spencer R. Klein and Stuart Kleinfelder and Robert Lahmann and J X Liu and Michael Magnuson and S. McAleer and Zachary S. Meyers and Jiwoo Nam and Anna Nelles and A. Novikov and Manuel P. Paul and Christopher Persichilli and Ilse Plaisier and Lilly Pyras and Ryan Rice-Smith and Joulien Tatar and S.-H. Wang and Christoph Welling and L. Zhao},
  journal={Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics},
  year={2021},
  volume={2022}
}
  • A. AnkerP. Baldi L. Zhao
  • Published 2 December 2021
  • Physics
  • Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics
The ARIANNA detector is designed to detect neutrinos with energies above 1017 eV. Due to the similarities in generated radio signals, cosmic rays are often used as test beams for neutrino detectors. Some ARIANNA detector stations are equipped with antennas capable of detecting air showers. Since the radio emission properties of air showers are well understood, and the polarization of the radio signal can be predicted from the arrival direction, cosmic rays can be used as a proxy to assess the… 

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