# The Pacific Ocean Neutrino Experiment

@article{Agostini2020ThePO,
title={The Pacific Ocean Neutrino Experiment},
author={Matteo Agostini and Michael B{\"o}hmer and J. E. Bosma and Ken Clark and Matthias Danninger and Christian Fruck and Roman Gernh{\"a}user and Andreas G{\"a}rtner and Darren Grant and Felix Henningsen and Kilian Holzapfel and Matthias Huber and Reyna Jenkyns and Carsten B. Krauss and Kai Michael Krings and Claudio Kopper and Klaus Leism{\"u}ller and Sally P. Leys and Paul Macoun and Stephan Meighen-Berger and Jan Michel and Roger Moore and Michael G. Morley and Paolo Padovani and L{\'a}szl{\'o} Papp and Beno{\^i}t Pirenne and Chuantao Qiu and Immacolata Carmen Rea and Elisa Resconi and Adrian Round and Albert Ruskey and Christian Spannfellner and Michael Traxler and Andrea Turcati and Juan Pablo Y{\'a}{\~n}ez},
journal={Nature Astronomy},
year={2020}
}
• Published 19 May 2020
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• Nature Astronomy
The Pacific Ocean Neutrino Experiment (P-ONE) is a new initiative with a vision towards constructing a multi-cubic kilometre neutrino telescope, to expand our observable window of the Universe to highest energies, installed within the deep Pacific Ocean underwater infrastructure of Ocean Networks Canada.
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