NA61 Collaboration

@article{Aduszkiewicz2019NA61C,
  title={NA61 Collaboration},
  author={Antoni Aduszkiewicz and Evgeny V. Andronov and Tome Anti{\vc}i{\'c} and Bayasgalan Baatar and Mateusz Baszczyk and S. Bhosale and Alain Blondel and M. Bogomilov and A. V. Brandin and Alessandro Bravar and Wojciech Bryliński and J. Brzychczyk and S. A. Bunyatov and O. V. Busygina and Adam Bzdak and Hamda Cherif and M. {\'C}irkovi{\'c} and M{\'a}t{\'e} Csan{\'a}d and Tobiasz Czopowicz and A. A. Damyanova and Noel Davis and Monique Deveaux and Wojciech A. Dominik and Piotr Dorosz and Jacques Dumarchez and Ray Engel and Grigory Feofilov and L. Fields and Zolt{\'a}n Fodor and A. A. Garibov and Marek Gazdzicki and O. A. Golosov and M. Golubeva and Katarzyna Grebieszkow and F. H. Guber and Andrew Haesler and Sergey Igolkin and Sonya Ilieva and Alexander V. Ivashkin and S.R. Johnson and Kre{\vs}o Kadija and Emil Kaptur and Nickolai I. Kargin and Evgeny Kashirin and Miroslaw Marek Kielbowicz and V. A. Kireyeu and Viktor Klochkov and V. Kolesnikov and D. Kolev and A. Korzenev and V. N. Kovalenko and K. Kowalik and S. Kowalski and Mark Koziel and Alexei Krasnoperov and William P. Kucewicz and Magdalena Kuich and Alexander Kurepin and Daniel Larsen and A. L{\'a}szl{\'o} and Tatiana Lazareva and Margaret Lewicki and Konrad Łojek and B. Łysakowski and Vladimir Lyubushkin and Maja Ma{\'c}kowiak-Pawłowska and Zbigniew Majka and B. Maksiak and Alexander I. Malakhov and Draginja Mani{\'c} and A. Marchionni and aw Marcinek and Alysia Marino and Kati Marton and H. J. Mathes and Tomasz Matulewicz and Victor Anatolievich Matveev and G. L. Melkumov and Anastasia Merzlaya and B. Messerly and Łukasz Mik and S. V. Morozov and St. Mr{\'o}wczyński and Yohko Nagai and Miroslawa Z. Naskret and Vitalii Ozvenchuk and V. S. Paolone and Michele Helane Pavin and O. Petukhov and Rudolph C. Planeta and P. Podlaski and B. Popov and Barnabas Porfy and Magdalena Posiadała-Zezula and Daria Prokhorova and Simon Pulawski and Jovan Puzovi{\'c} and W. G. Rauch and Melody Ravonel and Rainer Arno Ernst Renfordt and Elzbieta Richter-Was and Dieter R{\"o}hrich and Ewa Rondio and M. Roth and Brant Rumberger and Akmal Rustamov and Maciej Rybczynski and A. Rybicki and Andrey Sadovsky and Katarzyna Schmidt and Ilya Selyuzhenkov and Andrey Seryakov and Peter Seyboth and Marcin Slodkowski and Aleksandra Snoch and Paweł Staszel and G. Stefanek and Joanna Stepaniak and M. N. Strikhanov and H. Str{\"o}bele and Tomoya Susa and Arkadij Taranenko and Angelika Tefelska and Dariusz Tefelski and V. Tereshchenko and Adrian Toia and R. B. Tsenov and L. Turko and R. Ulrich and Marvin Unger and F. F. Valiev and Darko Veberi{\vc} and Vladimir Vechernin and A Wickremasinghe and Zofia Włodarczyk and A. Wojtaszek-Szwar{\'c} and Oskar Wyszynski and Luca Zambelli and Enid Zimmerman and Robert Zwaska},
  journal={Nuclear Physics A},
  year={2019}
}
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