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The ANTARES Telescope Neutrino Alert System

M. Ageron 1 J. A. Aguilar Imen Al Samarai 1 A. Albert M. André M. Anghinolfi G. Anton S. Anvar M. Ardid A. C. Assis Jesus T. Astraatmadja J-J. Aubert 1 B. Baret 2 S. Basa 3 V. Bertin 1 S. Biagi A. Bigi C. Bigongiari C. Bogazzi M. Bou-Cabo B. Bouhou 2 M. C. Bouwhuis J. Brunner 1 J. Busto 1 F. Camarena A. Capone C. Cârloganu 4 G. Carminati J. Carr 1 S. Cecchini Z. Charif 1 Ph. Charvis 5 T. Chiarusi M. Circella R. Coniglione H. Costantini 1 P. Coyle 1 C. Curtil 1 M. P. Decowski I. Dekeyser 6 Anne Deschamps 5 C. Distefano C. Donzaud 2 D. Dornic Q. Dorosti D. Drouhin T. Eberl U. Emanuele A. Enzenöfer J.-P. Ernenwein 1 S. Escoffier 1 P. Fermani M. Ferri V. Flaminio F. Folger U. Fritsch J-L. Fuda 6 S. Galatà 1 Pascal Gay 4 G. Giacomelli V. Giordano J. Gòmez-González K. Graf G. Guillard 4 G. Halladjian 1 G. Hallewell 1 H. van Haren J. Hartman A. J. Heijboer Y. Hello 5 J. J. Hernández-Rey B. Herold J. Hößl C. C. Hsu M. de Jong M. Kadler O. Kalekin A. Kappes U. Katz O. Kavatsyuk P. Kooijman C. Kopper A. Kouchner 2 I. Kreykenbohm V. Kulikovskiy R. Lahmann P. Lamar G. Larosa D. Lattuada Dominique Lefèvre 6 G. Lim D. Lo Presti H. Loehner S. Loucatos S. Mangano M. Marcelin A. Margiotta J. A. Martínez-Mora A. Meli T. Montaruli L. Moscoso 2 H. Motz M. Neff E. Nezri 3 D. Palioselitis G. E. Păvălaş K. Payet P. Payre 1 J. Petrovic P. Piattelli N. Picot-Clemente 1 V. Popa T. Pradier 7 E. Presani C. Racca C. Reed C. Richardt R. Richter C. Rivière 1 A. Robert K. Roensch A. Rostovtsev J. Ruiz-Rivas M. Rujoiu G. V. Russo F. Salesa P. Sapienza F. Schöck J-P. Schuller F. Schüssler R. Shanidze F. Simeone A. Spies M. Spuriol J. J. M. Steijger Th. Stolarczyk A. Sànchez-Losa M. Taiuti Christian Tamburini 6 S. Toscano B. Vallage V. van Elewyck 2 G. Vannoni M. Vecchi 1 P. Vernin G. Wijnker J. Wilms E. de Wolf H. Yepes D. Zaborov 1 J.D. Zornoza J. Zùñiga
Abstract : The ANTARES telescope has the capability to detect neutrinos produced in astrophysical transient sources. Potential sources include gamma-ray bursts, core collapse supernovae, and flaring active galactic nuclei. To enhance the sensitivity of ANTARES to such sources, a new detection method based on coincident observations of neutrinos and optical signals has been developed. A fast online muon track reconstruction is used to trigger a network of small automatic optical telescopes. Such alerts are generated for special events, such as two or more neutrinos, coincident in time and direction, or single neutrinos of very high energy.
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M. Ageron, J. A. Aguilar, Imen Al Samarai, A. Albert, M. André, et al.. The ANTARES Telescope Neutrino Alert System. Astroparticle Physics, Elsevier, 2012, 35, pp.530-536. ⟨10.1016/j.astropartphys.2011.11.011⟩. ⟨in2p3-00626650⟩

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