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Multiwavelength study of the region around the ANTARES neutrino excess

@article{Schussler2013MultiwavelengthSO,
  title={Multiwavelength study of the region around the ANTARES neutrino excess},
  author={F. Schussler and P. Brun and Ryan C. G. Chaves and J. F. Glicenstein and K. Kosack and Emmanuel Moulin and Bernard Peyaud and Denis Wouters and Th. Stolarczyk and B. Vallage},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena},
  year={2013}
}
The ANTARES collaboration reported the results of a search for point-like neutrino sources using data taken in the period 2007-2010. An unbinned maximum likelihood based all-sky search yielded a cluster of 9 (5) events within a cone of 3 (1) degrees around (R.A., Dec) = (-46.5deg, -65.0deg). The trial factor corrected p-value of 2.6% (2.2 sigma) is not significant enough to claim the observation of an astrophysical point source. However, it currently constitutes the most significant localized… 

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