Measurement of the atmospheric muon depth intensity relation with the NEMO Phase-2 tower

@article{Aiello2014MeasurementOT,
  title={Measurement of the atmospheric muon depth intensity relation with the NEMO Phase-2 tower},
  author={Sebastiano Aiello and Fabrizio Ameli and Marco Anghinolfi and Giancarlo Barbarino and Ed Barbarito and Felicia Carla Tiziana Barbato and Nicol{\`o} Beverini and Simone Biagi and Bachir Bouhadef and Cristiano Bozza and Giorgio Cacopardo and Massimo Calamai and Claudio Cal{\`i} and A. Capone and Francesco Caruso and A. Ceres and Tommaso Chiarusi and Marco Circella and Rosanna Cocimano and Rosa Coniglione and M. J. Costa and Giacomo Cuttone and Concetta D'Amato and Antonio D'Amico and Giulia De Bonis and V. De Luca and N. Deniskina and Gianfranca de Rosa and Francesco Di Capua and Carla Distefano and Paolo Fermani and L. A. Fusco and F. Garufi and V. Giordano and A. Gmerk and Rosaria Grasso and Giuseppe Enrico Grella and C. Hugon and M. Imbesi and Vladimir Kulikovskiy and Giuseppina Larosa and Dario Lattuada and K. P. Leismueller and E. Leonora and Pietro Litrico and Alessandro Lonardo and Fabio Longhitano and Domenico Lo Presti and Enrico Maccioni and Annarita Margiotta and A. Martini and Rocco Masullo and Pasquale Migliozzi and Emilio Migneco and A Miraglia and Carlos Maximiliano Mollo and M. Mongelli and Mauro Morganti and Paolo Musico and Mario Musumeci and Carlo Alessandro Nicolau and Angelo Orlando and Riccardo Papaleo and Carmelo Pellegrino and M. G. Pellegriti and Chiara Perrina and Paolo Piattelli and C. Pugliatti and Sara Pulvirenti and A. Orselli and Fabrizio Raffaelli and Nunzio Randazzo and Giorgio Riccobene and A. Rovelli and Matteo Sanguineti and Piera Sapienza and Virginia Sciacca and Irene Sgura and F. Simeone and Valeria Sipala and Fabrizio Speziale and Manuela Spina and Alessia Spitaleri and Maurizio Spurio and Simona Maria Stellacci and Mauro Gino Taiuti and G. Terreni and Luciano Trasatti and Agata Trovato and C. Ventura and Piero Vicini and Salvatore Viola and Daniele Vivolo},
  journal={Astroparticle Physics},
  year={2014},
  volume={66},
  pages={1-7}
}

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Status and first results of the NEMO Phase-2 tower

In March 2013, the NEMO Phase 2 tower has been successfully installed in the Capo Passero site, at a depth of 3500 m and 80 km off from the southern coast of Sicily. The unfurled tower is 450 m high;