Measurement of the neutrino velocity with the OPERA detector in the CNGS beam

@article{Adam2012MeasurementOT,
  title={Measurement of the neutrino velocity with the OPERA detector in the CNGS beam},
  author={Thomas Adam and Natalia Agafonova and Andrei B Aleksandrov and Ozgur Altinok and Patricia {\'A}lvarez S{\'a}nchez and Anna Anokhina and Shigeki Aoki and Akitaka Ariga and Tomoko Ariga and Dario Autiero and Andr{\'e} Badertscher and Anis Ben Dhahbi and Alessandro Bertolin and Cristiano Bozza and Timoth{\'e}e Goubault de Brugi{\`e}re and R. Brugnera and F. Brunet and Gregorio Antonio Brunetti and Salvatore Buontempo and Bruno Carlus and F Cavanna and Antoine Cazes and Lionel Chaussard and Mikhail Chernyavsky and Vitaliano Chiarella and Artem Chukanov and Gabriele Colosimo and Mattia Giovanni Crespi and Nicola D'Ambrosio and Giovanni de Lellis and Marilisa De Serio and Yves D{\'e}clais and P. Amo Sanchez and Francesco Di Capua and A Di Crescenzo and Donato Di Ferdinando and Natalia Di Marco and Sergey Dmitrievsky and Marcos Dracos and D. Duchesneau and Stefano Dusini and Timur Dzhatdoev and Joachim Ebert and Ilias Efthymiopoulos and O. K. Egorov and Antonio Ereditato and Luigi Esposito and J. M. Favier and Torben Ferber and Rosa Anna Fini and Tsutomu Fukuda and A. Garfagnini and Giorgio Giacomelli and Miriam Giorgini and Massimo Giovannozzi and Claude Girerd and Jacques Goldberg and C. G{\"o}llnitz and Dmitry Golubkov and Lyudmila Goncharova and Yu. A. Gornushkin and Giuseppe Enrico Grella and Francesco Grianti and E. Gschwendtner and Christophe Gu{\'e}rin and Ali Murat Guler and C. Gustavino and Caren Hagner and Kaname Hamada and T. Hara and R. I. Enikeev and M. Hierholzer and Annika Hollnagel and M. Ieva and H. Ishida and Katsumi Ishiguro and Kre{\vs}imir Jakov{\vc}i{\'c} and C'ecile Jollet and M. Jones and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Juget and M. Kamiscioglu and Jiro Kawada and S. H. Kim and Mitsuhiro Kimura and Elias Kiritsis and Nobuko Kitagawa and B. Kli{\vc}ek and J. Knuesel and Koichi Kodama and Masahiro Komatsu and Utku Kose and Igor E. Kreslo and Claudia Lazzaro and Jan Lenkeit and A. Jr. Ljubi{\vc}i{\'c} and A. Longhin and Alexey Malgin and Gianni Mandrioli and Jacques Marteau and T. Matsuo and Victor Matveev and Nicoletta Mauri and Augusto Mazzoni and Eduardo Medinaceli and Frank Meisel and Anselmo Meregaglia and Pasquale Migliozzi and Shoji Mikado and Dominique Missiaen and Piero Monacelli and Kunihiro Morishima and U. Moser and M. T. Fogli Muciaccia and Naotaka Naganawa and Tatsuhiro Naka and M. Nakamura and Toshiyuki Nakano and Y. Nakatsuka and Dmitry Naumov and V. V. Nikitina and F. Nitti and Satoru Ogawa and Natalia Okateva and A. Olchevsky and Ornella Palamara and Alessandro Paoloni and B. D. Park and I. G. Park and Alessandra Pastore and Laura Patrizii and E. Pennacchio and H. Pessard and Ciro Pistillo and Natalia Polukhina and Michele Pozzato and Klaus Peter Pretzl and Fabio Pupilli and Regina Rescigno and Federica Riguzzi and Tatiana Roganova and Hiroki Rokujo and Giovanni Rosa and Irina A. Rostovtseva and Andr'e Rubbia and Antonio Domenico Russo and V. G. Ryasny and Ol'ga G. Ryazhskaya and Osamu Sato and Y. Sato and Zouleikha Sahnoun and Amanda Schembri and Jacky Schuler and L. Scotto Lavina and J. Serrano and I. R. Shakiryanova and Andrey Sheshukov and Hiroshi Shibuya and G. P. Shoziyoev and Saverio Simone and Maximiliano Sioli and C. Sirignano and G. Sirri and J. S. Song and Mario Spinetti and L. Stanco and Nikolai I Starkov and Simona Maria Stellacci and Mario Stip{\vc}evi{\'c} and Thomas Strauss and S. Takahashi and M. Tenti and Francesco Terranova and I. Tezuka and Valeri Tioukov and P. Tolun and N. T. Trani and S. Tufanli and Pierre Vilain and Mikhail S Vladimirov and Lucia Votano and J-L. Vuilleumier and Gaston Wilquet and Bj{\"o}rn Wonsak and Jacques Wurtz and V. F. Yakushev and Chong Seung Yoon and Junya Yoshida and Yu. M. Zaitsev and Svetlana M. Zemskova and Amina Zghiche and The Opera Collaboration},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2012},
  volume={2012},
  pages={1-37}
}
A bstractThe OPERA neutrino experiment at the underground Gran Sasso Laboratory has measured the velocity of neutrinos from the CERN CNGS beam over a baseline of about 730 km. The measurement is based on data taken by OPERA in the years 2009, 2010 and 2011. Dedicated upgrades of the CNGS timing system and of the OPERA detector, as well as a high precision geodesy campaign for the measurement of the neutrino baseline, allowed reaching comparable systematic and statistical accuracies.An arrival… 

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