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ANITA: Hunting for Ultra-High Energy Neutrinos in Antarctica

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Ultra-high energy neutrino astronomy is a rapidly emerging field at the crossroads of particle physics, astronomy and astrophysics. This talk will outline the motivation for ultra-high energy neutrino astronomy and discus possible detection mechanisms. The ANITA project will be described. Initial results, from the 35 day maiden balloon flight of ANITA -I in 2006/7, will be presented. The prospects of ANITA -II, which flew in 2008/9, and future related experiments will be discussed.

This talk is part of the Particle Physics Seminars series.

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