The IceCube Collaboration -- Contributions to the 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC2021)
This list of contributions to the 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference in Berlin, Germany (12-23 July 2021) summarizes the latest results from the IceCube Neutrino Observatory. IceCube, completed 10 years ago at the geographic South Pole, comprises a surface detector designed to observe cosmic ray air showers, a cubic-kilometer array of optical sensors deployed deep in the ice sheet to observe TeV-PeV neutrinos, and a 15 Megaton deep-ice subdetector sensitive to >10 GeV neutrinos. Data from IceCube are used to investigate a broad set of key questions in physics and astrophysics, such as the origins of galactic and extragalactic cosmic rays, the fundamental properties of neutrinos, and searches for physics beyond the Standard Model. The papers in this index are grouped topically to highlight IceCube contributions related to neutrino and multi-messenger astrophysics, cosmic-ray physics, fundamental physics, education and public outreach, and research and development for next-generation neutrino observatories. Contributions related to IceCube-Gen2, the future extension of IceCube, are available in a separate collection.
- Pub Date:
- July 2021
- Astrophysics - High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena
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