Hyper-K release a study of the physics potential for situating the second detector in Korea

An alternate configuration for the Hyper-K experiment has been proposed that locates the second far detector in Korea, at a distance of about 1000km from the source.

Studies have been performed to predict the sensitivity with which Hyper-K may answer two of the remaining neutrino puzzles (amount of CP violation, and the pattern of the neutrino mass values) with this configuration.

The preprint is available for all to view on arXiv HERE.