P. Galeotti

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M.Aglietta, B.Alpat, E.D.Alyea, P.Antonioli, G.Badino, G.Bari, M.Basile, V.S.Berezinsky, F.Bersani, M.Bertaina, R.Bertoni, G.Bonoli, A.Bosco, G.Bruni, G.Cara Romeo, C.Castagnoli, A.Castellina, A.Chiavassa, J.A.Chinellato, L.Cifarelli1,†, F.Cindolo, G.Conforto, A.Contin, V.L.Dadykin, A.De Silva, M.Deutsch, P.Dominici, L.G.Dos Santos, L.Emaldi, R.I.Enikeev,(More)
M.Aglietta, B.Alpat, E.D.Alyea, P.Antonioli, G.Badino, G.Bari, M.Basile, V.S.Berezinsky, F.Bersani, M.Bertaina, R.Bertoni, G.Bonoli, A.Bosco, G.Bruni, G.Cara Romeo, C.Castagnoli, A.Castellina, A.Chiavassa, J.A.Chinellato, L.Cifarelli1,†, F.Cindolo, G.Conforto, A.Contin, V.L.Dadykin, A.De Silva, M.Deutsch, P.Dominici, L.G.Dos Santos, L.Emaldi, R.I.Enikeev,(More)
We report the measurement of the time of flight of ∼17 GeV ν(μ) on the CNGS baseline (732 km) with the Large Volume Detector (LVD) at the Gran Sasso Laboratory. The CERN-SPS accelerator has been operated from May 10th to May 24th 2012, with a tightly bunched-beam structure to allow the velocity of neutrinos to be accurately measured on an event-by-event(More)
The primary cosmic ray (CR) proton, helium and CNO fluxes in the energy range 80–300 TeV are studied at the National Gran Sasso Laboratories by means of EAS-TOP (Campo Imperatore, 2005 m a.s.l.) and MACRO (deep underground, 3100 m w.e., the surface energy threshold for a muon reaching the detector being E l 1:3 TeV). The measurement is based on: (a) the(More)
The CERN Neutrino to Gran Sasso (CNGS) project aims to produce a high energy, wide band νμ beam at CERN and send it toward the INFN Gran Sasso National Laboratory (LNGS), 732 km away. Its main goal is the observation of the ντ appearance, through neutrino flavour oscillation. The beam started its operation in August 2006 for about 12 days: a total amount of(More)
The importance of an adequate CNGS beam monitor at the Gran Sasso Laboratory has been stressed in many papers. Since the number of internal ν µ CC and NC interactions in the various detectors will not allow to collect statistics rapidly, one should also be able to detect the ν µ CC interactions in the upstream rock. In this study we have investigated the(More)
The detection of Gamma Ray Burst GRB990705 on 1999, July 5.66765 UT, pointing to the Large Magellanic Clouds, suggested the search for a possible neutrino counterpart, both in coincidence with and slightly before (or after) the photon burst. We exploited such a possibility by means of the LVD neutrino telescope (National Gran Sasso Laboratory, Italy), which(More)
M.Aglietta, P.Antonioli, G.Bari, C.Castagnoli, W.Fulgione, P.Galeotti, PL.Ghia, P.Giusti, E.Kemp, A.S.Malguin, G.Nurzia, A.Pesci, P.Picchi, I.A.Pless , V.G.Ryasny, O.G.Ryazhskaya, G.Sartorelli, M.Selvi, C.Vigorito, F.Vissani, L.Votano, V.F.Yakushev, G.T.Zatsepin, A.Zichichi Institute of Cosmo-Geophysics, CNR, Torino, University of Torino and INFN-Torino,(More)
M. Aglietta a,b, B. Alessandro b, P. Antonioli c, F. Arneodo d,e, L. Bergamasco b,f, M. Bertaina b,f, C. Castagnoli f, A. Castellina∗, a,b, A. Chiavassa b,f, G. Cini Castagnoli b,f, B. D’Ettorre Piazzoli g, G. Di Sciascio g, W. Fulgione a,b, P. Galeotti b,f, P. L. Ghia a,b, M. Iacovacci g, G. Mannocchi a,b, C. Morello a,b, G. Navarra b,f, L. Riccati b, O.(More)
We reexamine the data taken by the neutrino detectors during the supernova SN1987A. It is found that the Kamiokande data, in addition to the well known burst at 7:35 hours UT, show another one at 7:54 hours, with seven pulses in 6.2 seconds. This second burst supports the idea that the duration of the collapse was much longer than a few seconds, as already(More)