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Volume 358 - 36th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC2019) - NU - Neutrino
Neutrino telescope in Lake Baikal: Present and Future
F. Simkovic
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Abstract
A significant progress in the construction and operation of the Baikal Gigaton Volume Detector in Lake Baikal, the largest and deepest freshwater lake in the world, is reported. The effective volume of the detector for neutrino initiated cascades of relativistic particles with energy above 100 TeV has been increased up to about 0.25 km3. This unique scientific facility, the largest operating neutrino telescope in Northern Hemisphere, allows already to register two to three events per year from astrophysical neutrinos with energies exceeding 100 TeV. Preliminary results obtained with data recorded in 2016-2018 are announced. Multimessenger approach is used to relate finding of cosmic neutrinos with those of classical astronomers, with X-ray or gamma-ray observations and the gravitational wave events.
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