Observation of Cosmic Ray Anisotropy with Nine Years of IceCube Data

@article{McNally2021ObservationOC,
  title={Observation of Cosmic Ray Anisotropy with Nine Years of IceCube Data},
  author={Frank McNally and R. U. Abbasi and Paolo Desiati and Juan Carlos D'iaz V'elez and Timothy Aguado and Katherine Gruchot and Andrew D. Moy and Alexander Simmons and Andrew Kenji Thorpe and Hannah Woodward for the IceCube Collaboration and M. Takata Tohoku University and Loyola University Chicago and University of Wisconsin - Madison and University of Virginia},
  journal={Proceedings of 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference — PoS(ICRC2021)},
  year={2021}
}
The IceCube Observatory has collected over 577 billion cosmic-ray induced muon events in its final configuration from May 2011 to May 2020. We used this data set to provide an unprecedented statistically accurate map of the cosmic ray arrival direction distribution in the TeV-PeV energy range scale in the Southern Hemisphere. Such an increase in event statistics makes it possible to extend the sensitivity to anisotropies at higher cosmic ray energies and smaller angular scales. It will also… Expand

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