First neutrino events observed at t2k near detector
Geplaatst op 24 november 2009 - 23:02
The first neutrino interaction event detected in one of the 14 modules of the T2K neutrino detector called the INGRID. A neutrino enters from the left and interacts within the detector, producing charged particles whose tracks are shown as the red circles. Each of the green cells in this figure is a detector for charged particles, and the size of the red circles indicates the size of the observed signal in that cell.
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