Search for an Excess of Events in the Super-Kamiokande Detector in the Directions of the Astrophysical Neutrinos Reported by the IceCube Collaboration

@article{Abe2017SearchFA,
  title={Search for an Excess of Events in the Super-Kamiokande Detector in the Directions of the Astrophysical Neutrinos Reported by the IceCube Collaboration},
  author={The Super-Kamiokande Collaboration K. Abe and Christopher Bronner and Guillaume Pronost and Y. Hayato and Makoto Ikeda and K. Iyogi and Jun Kameda and Y. Kato and Yuji Kishimoto and Ll. Marti and Mitiko Miura and Shigetaka Moriyama and Masayuki Nakahata and Yushi Nakano and S. Nakayama and Yoshitoshi Okajima and A. Orii and Hiroyuki Sekiya and Masahiro Shiozawa and Yoko Sonoda and Atsushi Takeda and Atsushi Takenaka and Hisa Aki Tanaka and S. Tasaka and T. Tomura and Ryohei Akutsu and Takaaki Kajita and Kenji Kaneyuki and Yuri Nishimura and K. Okumura and K. M. Tsui and Luis Labarga and P. Fern{\'a}ndez and F. d. M. Blaszczyk and Joel Gustafson and Chris Kachulis and Ed Kearns and J. L. Raaf and J. L. Stone and L. R. Sulak and S. Berkman and S. Tobayama and Maurice Goldhaber and Muhammad Elnimr and William Kropp and S. Mine and S. Locke and Pierce Weatherly and Michael Burghard Smy and H. W. Sobel and Volodymyr Takhistov and K. S. Ganezer and J{\"o}rg-R{\"u}diger Hill and J. Y. Kim and I. T. Lim and R. G. Park and A. Himmel and Z. Li and E. O'Sullivan and Kate Scholberg and C. W. Walter and Toshihisa Ishizuka and Takuji Nakamura and J. S. Jang and K. Choi and J. G. Learned and S. Matsuno and S. N. Smith and J. Amey and R. P. Litchfield and W. Y. Ma and Yukiya Uchida and M. O. Wascko and S. V. Cao and M. Friend and Takeshi Hasegawa and Takao Ishida and Tomoyuki Ishii and Tooru Kobayashi and Takeshi Nakadaira and Ke. Nakamura and Yoshihiko Oyama and K. Sakashita and T. Sekiguchi and T. Tsukamoto and Ke. Abe and Makoto Hasegawa and A. T. Suzuki and Yasuaki Takeuchi and Takatoshi Yano and Tomoki Hayashino and Takahiro Hiraki and S. Hirota and K. Huang and Maiyong Jiang and Akihiro Minamino and Tsuyoshi Nakaya and Benjamin Quilain and Nikhul Patel and R. A. Wendell and L. H. V. Anthony and N. McCauley and Adrian Pritchard and Yoshiyuki Fukuda and Yoshitaka Itow and M. Murase and Francesco Muto and Piotr Mijakowski and Katarzyna Frankiewicz and Chang Kee Jung and Xue-qian Li and J. L. Palomino and Giorgio Santucci and C. Vilela and M. J. Wilking and Chisato Yanagisawa and Shinzaburo Ito and David Hideyoshi Fukuda and Hiroki Ishino and Atsuko Kibayashi and Yusuke Koshio and Hidehisa Nagata and Makoto Sakuda and Chi Xu and Yoshitaka Kuno and David Lee Wark and Francesca Di Lodovico and B. Richards and Roman Tacik and S. B. Kim and Andrew A. Cole and Lee F. Thompson and Hiromu Okazawa and Yoonseuk Choi and K. Ito and Kei Nishijima and M. Koshiba and Yoji Totsuka and Yusuke Suda and Masayuki Yokoyama and R. G. Calland and Michael Hartz and K. Martens and Christa Simpson and Yu Suzuki and M. R. Vagins and D. Hamabe and Masahiro Kuze and Takeshi Yoshida and Masaki Ishitsuka and J. F. Martin and C. M. Nantais and Akira Konaka and Shenjian Chen and L. Wan and Y. Zhang and R. J. Wilkes},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={850},
  pages={166}
}
  • The Super-Kamiokande Collaboration K. Abe, Christopher Bronner, +157 authors R. J. Wilkes
  • Published 2017
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
  • We present the results of a search in the Super-Kamiokande (SK) detector for excesses of neutrinos with energies above a few GeV that are in the direction of the track events reported in IceCube. Data from all SK phases (SK-I through SK-IV) were used, spanning a period from 1996 April to 2016 April and corresponding to an exposure of 225 kiloton-years. We considered the 14 IceCube track events from a data set with 1347 livetime days taken from 2010 to 2014. We use Poisson counting to… CONTINUE READING

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