Measurement of the neutrino velocity with the ICARUS detector at the CNGS beam

  title={Measurement of the neutrino velocity with the ICARUS detector at the CNGS beam},
  author={Mai Antonello and Piergiorgio Aprili and B. Baibussinov and Milla Baldo Ceolin and Pietro Benetti and E. Calligarich and N. Canci and Francesco Carbonara and Sandro Centro and Alessandra Cesana and Krzysztof Cieślik and David B. Cline and Alfredo G. Cocco and Anna Maria Dabrowska and Daniele Dequal and Alexander Dermenev and R. Dolfini and Christian Farnese and A. Fava and Alfredo Ferrari and Giuliana Fiorillo and D. Gibin and Alberto Gigli Berzolari and Sergei Gninenko and Alberto Guglielmi and Małgorzata Harańczyk and Jacek Holeczek and Alexander Ivashkin and John B. Kisiel and Izabela Kochanek and Justyna Lagoda and S. Mania and G. Mannocchi and Alessandro Menegolli and Guang Meng and C. Montanari and Stanislaw Otwinowski and L. Periale and Alessandro Piazzoli and P. Picchi and Francesco Pietropaolo and Piotr Plonski and Andrea Rappoldi and Gianluca L. Raselli and Massimo Rossella and Carlo Rubbia and Paola Sala and Enrico Scantamburlo and Alberto Scaramelli and Ettore Segreto and Franco Sergiampietri and Dorota Stefan and Joanna Stepaniak and Robert Sulej and M. Szarska and Mario Terrani and Filippo Varanini and S. Ventura and Chiara Vignoli and H. G. Wang and X. Yang and Agnieszka Zalewska and Krzysztof Zaremba and Pedro A S{\'a}nchez and J. Serrano},
  journal={Physics Letters B},

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