Density of GeV muons in air showers measured with IceTop

Introduction This data release accompanies results submitted to Physical Review D describing the measurement of the density of GeV muons with IceTop. For further details, refer to the IceCube publication arxiv.org/abs/2201.12635. Data release Suggested citation for this dataset: IceCube Collaboration (2022): Density of GeV muons in air showers measured with IceTop – Public data release. […]

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HESE 7.5 year data release

Introduction This data release accompanies results published in Physical Review D describing a revisited analysis of the HESE (high-energy starting events) sample with an additional 4.5 years of data, newer glacial ice models, and improved systematics treatment. For further details, refer to the IceCube publication doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.104.022002 / arXiv:2011.03545. Data release Suggested citation for this dataset: IceCube Collaboration (2021): […]

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IceCube data for the first Glashow resonance candidate

Introduction This data release accompanies results published in Nature describing detection of the first candidate Glashow resonance event. The event was found to have a reconstructed visible energy of 6.05 ± 0.72 PeV, consistent with an electron antineutrino interacting via the Glashow resonance. In addition, early pulses were detected on three DOMs that confirm the […]

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All-sky point-source IceCube data: years 2008-2018

Introduction IceCube has performed several searches for point-like sources of neutrinos. The events contained in this release make up the sample used in IceCube’s 10-year time-integrated neutrino point source search [1]. Events in the sample are track-like neutrino candidates detected by IceCube between April 2008 and July 2008. The data contained in this release of […]

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South Pole ice temperature

Introduction The temperature of South Pole ice has been measured with dedicated thermistors installed along some of the instrumentation cables in both the AMANDA and in the IceCube experiment. For details regarding the AMANDA measurements, please see PNAS June 11, 2002 99 (12) 7844-7847; https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.082238999. Similar instrumentation was installed along a few of the IceCube […]

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IceCube Upgrade Neutrino Monte Carlo Simulation

Introduction The IceCube Upgrade is an upcoming extension to the IceCube neutrino observatory which will densely instrument a 2 Mton region in the deepest ice, within the existing DeepCore sub-array. This new sub-array will comprise 7 new strings featuring a total of nearly 700 multi-PMT optical modules (known as mDOMs and DEggs) at a vertical […]

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All-sky point-source IceCube data: years 2012-2015

Introduction IceCube has performed a search for point-like sources of neutrinos using seven years of IceCube data, supplanting the previously available four year analysis. The new sample includes previously analyzed data from 2008-2012, but adds 2012-2015 data as well as contributions from track-like events starting inside of the detector, improving the sensitivity to sources in […]

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Bayesian posterior for IceCube 7-year point-source search with neutrino-count statistics

Introduction The presence of a population of point sources in a dataset modifies the underlying neutrino-count statistics from the Poisson distribution. This deviation can be exactly quantified using the non-Poissonian template fitting technique, and in this work we present the first application of this approach to the IceCube high-energy neutrino dataset. Using this method, we […]

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Three-year high-statistics neutrino oscillation samples

Introduction In 2013, IceCube reported its first measurement of the neutrino oscillation parameters. This was the first time that neutrino oscillations were measured with precision at energies above 10 GeV. A year later, the collaboration presented a second analysis with three years of data that improved the precision by a factor of ten. The IceCube […]

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All-sky point-source IceCube data: years 2010-2012

Introduction IceCube has performed several all-sky searches for point-like sources of neutrinos that have been published elsewhere. This data release includes 3 years of track-like neutrino candidates detected by IceCube between June 2010 and May 2013. The selection includes through-going tracks, i.e. muon neutrino candidates that reach the detector from all directions, as well as […]

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