Progress Report of the Sydney Underground Laboratory, SUNLAB

Bakich, A.M., Braoudakis, G., Cederblad, R.C., Omori, M., Peak, L.S., Soler, P. and Sheerman, C.J. (1990) Progress Report of the Sydney Underground Laboratory, SUNLAB. In: Proceedings of the 21st International Cosmic Ray Conference, Vol. 7, Adelaide, Australia, 06-19 January 1990, pp. 192-195. ISBN 9780947298005

Bakich, A.M., Braoudakis, G., Cederblad, R.C., Omori, M., Peak, L.S., Soler, P. and Sheerman, C.J. (1990) Progress Report of the Sydney Underground Laboratory, SUNLAB. In: Proceedings of the 21st International Cosmic Ray Conference, Vol. 7, Adelaide, Australia, 06-19 January 1990, pp. 192-195. ISBN 9780947298005

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Abstract

A 27 tonne tank of chilled and purified water has been operating in a preliminary fashion as an underground Cherenkov detector during 1989. The aim of this operation is to assess the feasibility of such a design for ultimate deployment as a solar neutrino detector. Into this tank are lowered various photon collection units; and results obtained with the arrangement are presented. Progress to date and future plans for this underground laboratory are discussed.

Item Type:Conference Proceedings
Status:Published
Refereed:Yes
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Soler, Professor Paul
Authors: Bakich, A.M., Braoudakis, G., Cederblad, R.C., Omori, M., Peak, L.S., Soler, P., and Sheerman, C.J.
College/School:College of Science and Engineering > School of Physics and Astronomy
ISBN:9780947298005

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