The Trinity PeV Neutrino Observatory

One of 18 planned Trinity telescopes

Trinity detects astrophysical neutrinos from 1 PeV to 1 EeV. Once fully operational, Trinity will be the world’s most sensitive, very-high-energy neutrino instrument. It will fill the observational gap between IceCube/KM3NET and radio detectors, opening a new window to the Universe and neutrino physics.

Trinity is in the first of three development phases. In October 2023 we started taking data with the Trinity Demonstrator on Frisco Peak, UT. The Demonstrator is funded by the National Science Foundation.