Research Papers in Physics and Astronomy

 

Authors

P. Allison, The Ohio State University
J. Auffenberg, University of Wisconsin-Madison
R. Bard, University of Maryland at College Park
J. J. Beatty, The Ohio State University
D. Z. Besson, University of Kansas
C. Bora, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
C.-C. Chen, National Taiwan University
P. Chen, National Taiwan University
A. Connolly, The Ohio State University
J. P. Davies, University College London
M. A. DuVernois, University of Wisconsin-Madison
B. Fox, University of Hawaii-Manoa
P. W. Gorham, University of Hawaii-Manoa
K. Hanson, Université Libre de Bruxelles
B. Hill, University of Hawaii-Manoa
K. D. Hoffman, University of Maryland at College Park
E. Hong, The Ohio State University
L.-C. Hu, National Taiwan University
A. Ishihara, Chiba University
A. Karle, University of Wisconsin-Madison
J. Kelley, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ilya Kravchenko, University of Nebraska - LincolnFollow
H. Landsman, Weizmann Institute of Science
A. Laundrie, University of Wisconsin-Madison
C.-J. Li, National Taiwan University
T. Liu, National Taiwan University
M.-Y. Lu, University of Wisconsin-Madison
R. Maunu, University of Maryland at College Park
K. Mase, Chiba University
T. Meures, Université Libre de Bruxelles
C. Miki, University of Hawaii-Manoa
J. Nam, National Taiwan University
R. J. Nichol, University College London
G. Nir, Weizmann Institute of Science
A. Ó Murchadha, Université Libre de Bruxelles
C. G. Pfendner, The Ohio State University
Kenneth L. Ratzlaff, University of KansasFollow
B. Rotter, University of Hawaii-Manoa
P. Sandstrom, University of Wisconsin-Madison
D. Seckel, University of Delaware
A. Shultz, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
M. Song, University of Maryland at College Park
J. Stockham, University of Kansas
M. Stockham, University of Kansas
M. Sullivan, National Research Nuclear University - Moscow Engineering Physics Institute
J. Touart, University of Maryland at College Park
H.-Y. Tu, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
G. S. Varner, University of Hawaii-Manoa
S. Yoshida, Chiba University
R. Young, University of Kansas
M. Bustamante, The Ohio State University
D. Guetta, ORT Braude

Date of this Version

2017

Citation

Astroparticle Physics 88 (2017) 7–16

Comments

©2016 Published by Elsevier B.V.

Abstract

We report on a search for ultra-high-energy (UHE) neutrinos from gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) in the data set collected by the Testbed station of the Askaryan Radio Array (ARA) in 2011 and 2012. From 57 selected GRBs, we observed no events that survive our cuts, which is consistent with 0.12 expected background events. Using NeuCosmA as a numerical GRB reference emission model, we estimate upper limits on the prompt UHE GRB neutrino fluence and quasi-diffuse flux from 107 to 1010 GeV. This is the first limit on the prompt UHE GRB neutrino quasi-diffuse flux above 107 GeV.

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