The Antarctic Muon And Neutrino Array (AMANDA) detector is installed in the clear ice at the Geographic South Pole. The mission of AMANDA is to
search for high energy neutrino radiation from cosmic sources. The array presently consists of about 680 optical modules distributed on 19
strings, mainly within a voulume of 200 m diameter, at depths between 1500 and 2000 m in the glacier. Results on the neutrino flux from
different sources obtained with the earlier and smaller 10-string array will be given. Also some first preliminary results from the full 19
string array will be presented.