POEMMA: Probe Of Extreme Multi-Messenger Astrophysics
A.V. Olinto*, J.H. Adams, R. Aloisio, L.A. Anchordoqui, D.R. Bergman, M.E. Bertaina,
P. Bertone, M.J. Christl, S.E. Csorna, J. Eser, F. Fenu, E.A. Hays, S.D. Hunter, E. Judd, I. Jun, J. Krizmanic, E. Kuznetsov, L.M. Martinez-Sierra, M. Mastafa, J.N. Matthews, J. McEnery, J.W. Mitchell, A. Neronov, A.N. Otte, E. Parizot, T.C. Paul, J.S. Perkins, G. Prévôt, P. Reardon, M.H. Reno, F. Sarazin, K. Shinozaki, F. Stecker, R. Streitmatter, L. Wiencke and R.M. Younget al. (click to show)
August 16, 2017
August 03, 2018
The Probe Of Extreme Multi-Messenger Astrophysics (POEMMA) mission is being designed to establish charged particle astronomy with ultra-high energy cosmic rays (UHECRs) and to observe cosmogenic tau neutrinos (CTNs). The study of UHECRs and CTNs from space will yield orders-of-magnitude increase in statistics of observed UHECRs at the highest energies and the observation of the cosmogenic flux of neutrinos for a range of UHECR models. These observations should solve the long-standing puzzle of the origin of the highest energy particles ever observed, providing a new window onto the most energetic environments and events in the Universe, and on studies of particle interactions well beyond accelerator energies. The discovery of CTNs will help solve the puzzle of the origin of UHECRs and begin a new field of Astroparticle Physics with the study of neutrino properties at ultra-high energies.
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