May 24 – 28, 2021
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Trinity: An Air-Shower Imaging Observatory for UHE-Neutrino Detection

May 26, 2021, 5:00 AM
Poster Experiments: Space and particle astrophysics Posters: Particle Astrophysics and Space


A. Nepomuk Otte


The Trinity Observatory is a proposed UHE-neutrino detector with a core-energy range of $10^6$ GeV-$10^{10}$ GeV, bridging the observational gap between IceCube and UHE radio detectors. Trinity is a system of novel, 5x60-degree wide field-of-view air-shower imaging telescopes that detect Earth-skimming tau neutrinos from mountain tops. Trinity’s primary science objectives are the extension of the IceCube measured neutrino flux to ultrahigh energies and the detection of cosmogenic neutrinos. Trinity will provide critical measurements to study flavor physics and neutrino cross-sections at energies that are out of reach for accelerators. In this contribution, we present the present design of Trinity and discuss its performance.

Primary authors

Mosè Mariotti (INFN) Michele Doro (University of Padua and INFN Padua) Ignacio Taboada (Georgia Institute of Technology) Wayne Springer (University of Utah) David Kieda (University of Utah) Anthony Brown (Durham University) Giovanni Ambrosi (Universita e INFN, Perugia (IT)) Francesco Giordano (INFN) Prof. Lauren Stewart (Georgia Institute of Technology) Oscar Romero Matamala (Georgia Institute of Technology) Eliza Gazda (Georgia Institute of Technology) Mahdi Bagheri (Georgia Institute of Technology) A. Nepomuk Otte

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