First results from the GlueX experiment

@article{Collaboration2016FirstRF,
  title={First results from the GlueX experiment},
  author={The G0 Collaboration and Hussein Al Ghoul and E. G. Anassontzis and F. Barbosa and A. Barnes and Tegan Beattie and D. W. Bennett and V. Berdnikov and Timothy Charles Black and Werner U. Boeglin and William Brooks and Bradford E. Cannon and O. A. Chernyshov and Eugene Chudakov and Volker Crede and Mark Macrae Dalton and Alexandre Deur and Sean A Dobbs and A. Dolgolenko and Michael Dugger and Hovanes Egiyan and Paul Michael Eugenio and Ahmed Foda and John Frye and Sergey Furletov and Liping Gan and A. Gasparian and Arsenii Gerasimov and Nerses Gevorgyan and V. S. Goryachev and Baptiste Guegan and L . B. Guo and Hayk Hakobyan and H. Hakobyan2 and John Hardin and G M Huber and David Ireland and M. M. Ito and Naomi Jarvis and R. T. Jones and Vanik Kakoyan and Mahmoud Kamel and F. Klein and C. Kourkoumeli and Sergey Kuleshov and Manuel Lara and I. Larin and David Lawrence and John P. Leckey and William Levine and Kenneth Livingston and G. J. Lolos and David Mack and P. T. Mattione and V. Matveev and Michael Mccaughan and William M. Mcginley and Justin McIntyre and R. Mendez and Christopher Meyer and Rory Allen Miskimen and Ross E. Mitchell and Fridah Mokaya and Keiichi Moriya and Grigory Nigmatkulov and N. Ochoa and Alexander Ostrovidov and Zisis Papandreou and R. Pedroni and Michael R. Pennington and Lubomir Pentchev and Aleksandr Ponosov and Eric Pooser and B. Pratt and Yi Qiang and J{\"o}rg Reinhold and Barry Ritchie and Luke Robison and D. Romanov and Claudio Guedes Salgado and Reinhard A Schumacher and A. Yu. Semenov and Irina A. Semenova and Igor Senderovich and Kamal K. Seth and Matthew R. Shepherd and E. S. Smith and Daniel I. Sober and Alexander Y. Somov and S. V. Somov and O. Soto and Nathan Andrew Sparks and Michael Staib and J. Stevens and Adesh Subedi and V. V. Tarasov and S. Taylor and I. A. Tolstukhin and Amiran Tomaradze and Alam Toro and Aristeidis Tsaris and Georgios I. Vasileiadis and I. Vega and George Voulgaris and Natalie Kathleen Walford and Timothy Whitlatch and M. Williams and Elliott Wolin and T. Xiao and Jonathan Zarling and B. Zihlmann},
  journal={arXiv: Nuclear Experiment},
  year={2016},
  volume={1735},
  pages={020001}
}
The GlueX experiment at Jefferson Lab ran with its first commissioning beam in late 2014 and the spring of 2015. Data were collected on both plastic and liquid hydrogen targets, and much of the detector has been commissioned. All of the detector systems are now performing at or near design specifications and events are being fully reconstructed, including exclusive production of π0, η and ω mesons. Linearly-polarized photons were successfully produced through coherent bremsstrahlung and… 

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