# The IceCube-Gen2 Neutrino Observatory

@article{Clark2021TheIN,
title={The IceCube-Gen2 Neutrino Observatory},
author={B. A. Clark},
journal={Journal of Instrumentation},
year={2021},
volume={16}
}
• B. Clark
• Published 11 August 2021
• Physics
• Journal of Instrumentation
The IceCube Neutrino Observatory opened the window on neutrino astronomy by discovering high-energy astrophysical neutrinos in 2013 and identifying the first compelling astrophysical neutrino source, the blazar TXS0506 + 056, in 2017. In this proceeding, we will discuss the science reach and ongoing development of the IceCube-Gen2 facility, which is the planned extension to IceCube. IceCube-Gen2 will increase the rate of observed cosmic neutrinos by an order of magnitude, be able to detect five…
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