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The future plan of the PandaX experiment

The PandaX observatory uses xenon as target and detector to search for WIMP particles as well as neutrinoless double beta decay ($0\nu\beta\beta$) in ${}^{136}Xe$. At present, the PandaX-II experiment is in operation in CJPL-I. The future PandaX program will pursue the following three main directions:

  • Continue the operation of PandaX-II until a total of 2-year exposure;
  • Develop and operate a multi-ton multi-purpose liquid xenon experiment, PandaX-xT, to push further the dark matter search;
  • Develop and operate a 200 kg (upgradable to ton-scale) high pressure gas TPC (HpgTPC), PandaX-III, to search for $0\nu\beta\beta$ in ${}^{136}Xe$.
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