The recent results from the annual modulation analysis of the XMASS-I dark matter data
B. Yang* on behalf of the XMASS Collaboration
August 16, 2017
August 03, 2018
XMASS-I is dedicated to a direct dark matter search using nearly 1 tons of liquid xenon as target material. One of the signatures of dark matter in the direct detection experiments is the annual modulation of the event rate due to the relative motion of the Earth around the Sun. We have continuously collected data with a low trigger threshold of ~0.6 keVee for more than 3 years since November 2013. In this talk, the recent results from the annual modulation analysis using full-volume of the XMASS-I detector will be shown.
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