PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 358 - 36th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC2019) - CRI - Cosmic Ray Indirect
The POEMMA (Probe of Extreme Multi-MessengerAstrophysics) mission
A.V. Olinto,* J. Adams, R. Aloisio, L. Anchordoqui, D. Bergman, M. Bertaina, P. Bertone, F. Bisconti, M. Bustamante, M. Casolino, A. Cummings, M. Christl, I. DeMitri, R. Diesing, J. Eser, F. Fenu, C. Guepin, E. Hays, E. Judd, J. Krizmanic, E. Kuznetsov, A. Liberatore, S. Mackovjak, J. McEnery, J.W. Mitchell, A. Neronov, F. Oikonomou, A. Otte, E. Parizot, T. Paul, J. Perkins, G. Prevôt, P. Reardon, M. Reno, M. Ricci, F. Sarazin, K. Shinozaki, J. Soriano, F. Stecker, Y. Takizawa, R. Ulrich, M. Unger, T. Venters, L.R. Wiencke, R.D. Young
*corresponding author
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The Probe Of Extreme Multi-Messenger Astrophysics (POEMMA) is designed to observe cosmic neutrinos (CNs) above 20 PeV and ultra-high energy cosmic rays (UHECRs) above 20 EeV over the full sky. The POEMMA mission calls for two identical satellites flying in loose formation, each comprised of a 4-meter wide field-of-view (45 degrees) Schmidt photometer. The hybrid focal surface includes a fast (1 ${\mu}$s) ultraviolet camera for fluorescence observations and an ultrafast (10 ns) optical camera for Cherenkov observations.
POEMMA will provide new multi-messenger windows onto the most energetic events in the universe, enabling the study of new astrophysics and particle physics at these otherwise inaccessible energies.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.358.0378
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