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Neutrino Astrophysics Lab (Room B208 PAB)

Super-Kamiokande

The world's largest underground Cherenkov neutrino detector at Kamioka, Japan.
See also ICRR's Super-Kamiokande Official Home Page.

K2K (KEK E362)

KEK to Kamioka - long-baseline neutrino oscillations experiment at KEK in Tsukuba, Japan.
See also the K2K Official Home Page.


Nuclear Emulsion Lab (Room B210 PAB)

Washington Large Area Time Coincidence Array (WALTA)

A project to investigate the highest energy cosmic rays with the participation of middle and high school students and teachers throughout the Seattle area.

Japanese-American Collaborative Emulsion Experiment (JACEE)

Series of high-altitude balloon flights with lead-emulsion chambers flown in Antarctica to study cosmic rays at the energy region at 1 - 1000 TeV.

EMU01

An international accelerator-based emulsion experiment.


Gamma Ray Astrophysics

Gamma Ray Large Area Satellite Tracker (GLAST)

An initiative to develop a large acceptance spacecraft detector for high energy astrophysical gamma rays (T.H. Burnett).


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Push back the frontiers of human knowledge, with break for tea at 3:30 pm?
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Maintained by: HGB / RJW, last update: 5/3/2004.
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