Mitch Soderberg

A “hammer” neutrino interaction in ArgoNeuT with back-to-back protons (p1 and p2) and one forward-going muon (μ–). Physicists from the ArgoNeuT collaboration may be seeing some interesting new ways in which a neutrino leaves its signature. ArgoNeuT uses a detector called a liquid-argon time projection chamber, which was operated in the NuMI beamline, to collect thousands of neutrino interactions on argon. LArTPCs are very well-suited to the task of observing neutrino interactions due to their very high-quality imaging capabilities. This…