Mary Convery


  • deliver 700kW to NOvA
  • commission and operate Muon systems
  • operate accelerator complex safely and with high reliability
  • provide beams to experiments and test facilities
  • operate beam targets

Performance: Neutrino beam from MI and Booster Neutrino Beam

Performance: Beam to g-2

Beyond 700 kW

The new superconducting linac that will be built by the PIP-II Project will provide 1.2 MW beam power for long baseline neutrino experiments.
We are working to increase the beam power to roughly 900 kW using the existing accelerator complex in the next few years while waiting for PIP-II.

Targets and Horns

NuMI targetTA-02TA-03 ready spare (small leak in downstream window)
TA-04 95% complete
TA-05 80% complete
TA-06 procurements in progress
TA-07 planned
NuMI horn 1PH1-03PH1-05 retrofitting based on PH1-04 failure, complete 1/18
PH1-06 waiting on welding / prototype recovery
PH1-07 procurements in progress
NuMI horn 2PH2-02PH2-03 ready spare
PH2-04 ready spare
PH2-05 in early procurement
BNB hornBNB-3BNB-4 tested, in final outfitting
BNB-5 started early procurements
last updated 11/22/17
See also TSD inventory database