Cosmic-Ray Anisotropy with Seven Years of Data from IceCube and IceTop
J. Bourbeau*, P. Desiati, J.C. Díaz Vélez, S. Westerhoff on behalf of the IceCube Collaboration
August 16, 2017
August 03, 2018
With data collected over the last seven years, the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole has measured both the large- and small-scale anisotropy in the cosmic-ray arrival direction distribution with a high level of significance. In addition to the sidereal anisotropy, we have also measured the solar dipole caused by the orbital motion of the Earth around the Sun. We present the cosmic-ray anisotropy measurement with a full seven years of data and a systematic study of both the sidereal anisotropy and solar dipole.
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