# Flux Modulations seen by the Muon Veto of the GERDA Experiment

@article{Agostini2016FluxMS,
title={Flux Modulations seen by the Muon Veto of the GERDA Experiment},
author={Matteo Agostini and Matthias Allardt and A. M. Bakalyarov and M Balata and Igor I. Barabanov and Nuno Barros and Laura Baudis and Christian Bauer and N. Becerici-Schmidt and Enrico Bellotti and Sergey Belogurov and S. T. Belyaev and G. Benato and Alessandro Bettini and L. Bezrukov and Tobias Bode and Dorota Maria Borowicz and Viktor Brudanin and R. Brugnera and Allen Caldwell and C. Cattadori and A. I. Chernogorov and Valerio D’Andrea and Elizaveta V. Demidova and Assunta Di Vacri and Alexander R. Domula and Evgeny Doroshkevich and V. G. Egorov and R. Falkenstein and O. Fedorova and K. Freund and N. Frodyma and Albert Gangapshev and A. Garfagnini and P. Grabmayr and V. I. Gurentsov and K. Gusev and Alex Hegai and Mark Heisel and Sabine Hemmer and Wilhelm Hofmann and M. Hult and L. V. Inzhechik and Luca Ioannucci and J. Janicsk'o Cs'athy and Josef Jochum and Markus Junker and V. Kazalov and Th. Kihm and I. V. Kirpichnikov and Andreas Kirsch and A. A. Klimenko and Markus Knapp and K. T. Knopfle and O. I. Kochetov and V. N. Kornoukhov and V. V. Kuzminov and Matthias Laubenstein and Antonio Di Lazzaro and V. I. Lebedev and Bjoern Lehnert and Hongbo Liao and Manfred Lindner and Ivano Lippi and A. Lubashevskiy and Bayarto K. Lubsandorzhiev and G. Lutter and Carla Macolino and B{\'e}la Majorovits and W. Maneschg and Eduardo Medinaceli and M. Misiaszek and P. S. Moseev and I. B. Nemchenok and Dimitrios Palioselitis and K. Panas and Luciano Pandola and Krzysztof Pelczar and Antonio Pullia and Stefano Riboldi and Florian Ritter and N. S. Rumyantseva and Cinzia Sada and M. Salathe and Christopher Schmitt and Basil Schneider and Stefan Schonert and Jochen Schreiner and A-K. Schutz and O. Schulz and Bernhard Schwingenheuer and O. Selivanenko and Elena A. Shevchik and M. V. Shirchenko and H. Simgen and Anatoly A. Smolnikov and L. Stanco and M. Stepaniuk and Herbert Strecker and Laura Vanhoefer and A. A. Vasenko and A. Veresnikova and K. vonSturm and V. Wagner and Marc Walter and Annemarie Wegmann and Thomas Wester and Heinrich Wilsenach and Mariusz W{\'o}jcik and E. A. Yanovich and I. V. Zhitnikov and S. V. Zhukov and Daniya Zinatulina and Kai Zuber and Grzegorz Zuzel},
journal={Astroparticle Physics},
year={2016},
volume={84},
pages={29-35}
}
• Published 22 January 2016
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