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Paper   IPM / P / 17050
School of Physics
  Title:   High-energy and ultra-high-energy neutrinos: A Snowmass white paper
  Author(s):  Y. Farzan
  Status:   Published
  Journal: JHEP
  Vol.:  36
  Year:  2022
  Pages:   55-110
  Supported by:  IPM
Astrophysical neutrinos are excellent probes of astroparticle physics and high-energy physics. With energies far beyond solar, supernovae, atmospheric, and accelerator neutrinos, high-energy and ultra-high-energy neutrinos probe fundamental physics from the TeV scale to the EeV scale and beyond. They are sensitive to physics both within and beyond the Standard Model through their production mechanisms and in their propagation over cosmological distances. They carry unique information about their extreme non-thermal sources by giving insight into regions that are opaque to electromagnetic radiation. This white paper describes the opportunities astrophysical neutrino observations offer for astrophysics and high-energy physics, today and in coming years.

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