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The NOMAD experiment is currently collecting data at the CERN SPS. The detector is now being completed, as speci ed in the original proposal, and has been further improved. All subdetectors are functioning well. The experiment is searching for ! neutrino oscillations and is sensitive to the mass di erence squared m2 > 0:7 eV2. Maximal sensitivity with(More)
  • Alicia Lanza, Toshiaki Araib, +14 authors Michael Zemcovac
  • 2014
Fluctuations in the extragalactic background light trace emission from the history of galaxy formation, including the emission from the earliest sources from the epoch of reionization. A number of recent near-infrared measurements show excess spatial power at large angular scales inconsistent with models of z < 5 emission from galaxies. These measurements(More)
Mutual interaction between electromagnetic and gravitational fields can be treated in the framework of the general theory of relativity. This poses a difficult problem but different approximations can be introduced in order to grasp interesting effects and to describe mechanisms which govern astronomical objects. The electromagnetic field near a rotating(More)
The NOMAD experiment is a short base-line search for νμ → ντ oscillations in the CERN neutrino beam. The ντ ’s are searched for through their charged-current interactions followed by the observation of the resulting τ− through its electronic, muonic or hadronic decays. These decays are recognized using kinematical criteria necessitating the use of a light(More)