Design and sensitivity of the Radio Neutrino Observatory in Greenland (RNO-G)

J. A. Aguilar, P. Allison, J. J. Beatty, H. Bernhoff, D. Besson, N. Bingefors, O. Botner, S. Buitink, K. Carter, B. A. Clark, A. Connolly, P. Dasgupta, S. De Kockere, K. D. De Vries, C. Deaconu, M. A. Duvernois, N. Feigl, D. García-Fernández, C. Glaser, A. HallgrenS. Hallmann, J. C. Hanson, B. Hendricks, B. Hokanson-Fasig, C. Hornhuber, K. Hughes, A. Karle, J. L. Kelley, S. R. Klein, R. Krebs, R. Lahmann, M. Magnuson, T. Meures, Z. S. Meyers, A. Nelles, A. Novikov, E. Oberla, B. Oeyen, H. Pandya, I. Plaisier, L. Pyras, D. Ryckbosch, O. Scholten, D. Seckel, D. Smith, D. Southall, J. Torres, S. Toscano, D. J. Van Den Broeck, N. Van Eijndhoven, A. G. Vieregg, C. Welling, S. Wissel, R. Young, A. Zink

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Abstract

This article presents the design of the Radio Neutrino Observatory Greenland (RNO-G) and discusses its scientific prospects. Using an array of radio sensors, RNO-G seeks to measure neutrinos above 10 PeV by exploiting the Askaryan effect in neutrino-induced cascades in ice. We discuss the experimental considerations that drive the design of RNO-G, present first measurements of the hardware that is to be deployed and discuss the projected sensitivity of the instrument. RNO-G will be the first production-scale radio detector for in-ice neutrino signals.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article numberP03025
JournalJournal of Instrumentation
Volume16
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 2021

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Mathematical Physics
  • Instrumentation

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