A Multi-KM3 Sized Neutrino Telescope

KM3NeT, a future European deep-sea research infrastructure, will host a neutrino telescope with a volume of several cubic kilometres at the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea that will open a new window on the universe.

The telescope will search for neurtinos from distant astrophysical sources such as gamma ray busters, supernovae or colliding stars and will be a powerful tool in the search for dark matter in the universe.

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