Highlights from the ANTARES neutrino telescope
October 10, 2022
June 15, 2023
The ANTARES detector was the first deep sea neutrino telescope, located offshore the French southern coast at about 2500 m under the sea level. Despite its (relative) small size, it has given an essential contribution to recent development of neutrino particle physics and astrophysics. The detector consisted in a lattice of almost 900 optical modules, each hosting a 10" photomultiplier, distributed along 12 flexible strings and operated in its full configuration from May 2008 to February 2022. The large amount of high quality data and its scientific results have proven the reliability of underwater detection technique of high-energy neutrinos and has pushed the development of the new generation of seawater neutrino telescopes. In this contribution a short review of highlited results obtained with the ANTARES detector is given.
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