The AEGIS detection system for gravity measurements

D. Fabris, A. S. Belov, G. Bonomi, I. Boscolo, N. Brambilla, R. S. Brusa, V. M. Byakov, L. Cabaret, C. Canali, C. Carraro, F. Castelli, S. Cialdi, D. Comparat, G. Consolati, L. Dassa, N. Djourelov, M. Doser, G. Drobychev, A. Dudarev, A. Dupasquier & 52 others R. Ferragut, G. Ferrari, A. Fischer, P. Folegati, A. Fontana, L. Formaro, M. Lunardon, A. Gervasini, M. G. Giammarchi, S. N. Gninenko, R. Heyne, S. D. Hogan, L. V. Jørgensen, A. Kellerbauer, D. Krasnicky, V. Lagomarsino, F. Leveraro, G. Manuzio, S. Mariazzi, V. A. Matveev, F. Merkt, S. Moretto, C. Morhard, G. Nebbia, P. Nedelec, M. K. Oberthaler, D. Perini, V. Petracek, M. Prevedelli, I. Y. Al-Qaradawi, F. Quasso, C. Riccardi, O. Rohne, S. Pesente, A. Rotondi, M. Spacek, S. Stapnes, D. Sillou, S. V. Stepanov, H. H. Stroke, G. Testera, G. Tino, D. Trezzi, A. V. Turbabin, R. Vaccarone, A. Vairo, G. Viesti, H. Walters, U. Warring, S. Zavatarelli, A. Zenoni, D. S. Zvezhinskij

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    The main scientific goal of the AEGIS experiment (Antimatter Experiment: Gravity, Interferometry, Spectroscopy) is the direct measurement of the Earth's gravitational acceleration g on a beam of cold antihydrogen (over(H, -)). The production of an antihydrogen beam is achieved by a charge exchange reaction between Rydberg positronium and cold antiprotons. The over(H, -) beam will be accelerated up to a velocity of a few 100 m/s and the gravitational acceleration will be obtained by measuring the small vertical deflection of the beam (a few tens μm) using a Moire' deflectometer.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    JournalNuclear Physics, Section A
    Volume834
    Issue number1-4
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    StatePublished - Mar 1 2010

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    antimatter
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    antiprotons
    charge exchange
    deflection
    interferometry
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    Fabris, D., Belov, A. S., Bonomi, G., Boscolo, I., Brambilla, N., Brusa, R. S., ... Zvezhinskij, D. S. (2010). The AEGIS detection system for gravity measurements. Nuclear Physics, Section A, 834(1-4). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2010.01.136

    The AEGIS detection system for gravity measurements. / Fabris, D.; Belov, A. S.; Bonomi, G.; Boscolo, I.; Brambilla, N.; Brusa, R. S.; Byakov, V. M.; Cabaret, L.; Canali, C.; Carraro, C.; Castelli, F.; Cialdi, S.; Comparat, D.; Consolati, G.; Dassa, L.; Djourelov, N.; Doser, M.; Drobychev, G.; Dudarev, A.; Dupasquier, A.; Ferragut, R.; Ferrari, G.; Fischer, A.; Folegati, P.; Fontana, A.; Formaro, L.; Lunardon, M.; Gervasini, A.; Giammarchi, M. G.; Gninenko, S. N.; Heyne, R.; Hogan, S. D.; Jørgensen, L. V.; Kellerbauer, A.; Krasnicky, D.; Lagomarsino, V.; Leveraro, F.; Manuzio, G.; Mariazzi, S.; Matveev, V. A.; Merkt, F.; Moretto, S.; Morhard, C.; Nebbia, G.; Nedelec, P.; Oberthaler, M. K.; Perini, D.; Petracek, V.; Prevedelli, M.; Al-Qaradawi, I. Y.; Quasso, F.; Riccardi, C.; Rohne, O.; Pesente, S.; Rotondi, A.; Spacek, M.; Stapnes, S.; Sillou, D.; Stepanov, S. V.; Stroke, H. H.; Testera, G.; Tino, G.; Trezzi, D.; Turbabin, A. V.; Vaccarone, R.; Vairo, A.; Viesti, G.; Walters, H.; Warring, U.; Zavatarelli, S.; Zenoni, A.; Zvezhinskij, D. S.

    In: Nuclear Physics, Section A, Vol. 834, No. 1-4, 01.03.2010.

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    Fabris, D, Belov, AS, Bonomi, G, Boscolo, I, Brambilla, N, Brusa, RS, Byakov, VM, Cabaret, L, Canali, C, Carraro, C, Castelli, F, Cialdi, S, Comparat, D, Consolati, G, Dassa, L, Djourelov, N, Doser, M, Drobychev, G, Dudarev, A, Dupasquier, A, Ferragut, R, Ferrari, G, Fischer, A, Folegati, P, Fontana, A, Formaro, L, Lunardon, M, Gervasini, A, Giammarchi, MG, Gninenko, SN, Heyne, R, Hogan, SD, Jørgensen, LV, Kellerbauer, A, Krasnicky, D, Lagomarsino, V, Leveraro, F, Manuzio, G, Mariazzi, S, Matveev, VA, Merkt, F, Moretto, S, Morhard, C, Nebbia, G, Nedelec, P, Oberthaler, MK, Perini, D, Petracek, V, Prevedelli, M, Al-Qaradawi, IY, Quasso, F, Riccardi, C, Rohne, O, Pesente, S, Rotondi, A, Spacek, M, Stapnes, S, Sillou, D, Stepanov, SV, Stroke, HH, Testera, G, Tino, G, Trezzi, D, Turbabin, AV, Vaccarone, R, Vairo, A, Viesti, G, Walters, H, Warring, U, Zavatarelli, S, Zenoni, A & Zvezhinskij, DS 2010, 'The AEGIS detection system for gravity measurements', Nuclear Physics, Section A, vol. 834, no. 1-4. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2010.01.136
    Fabris D, Belov AS, Bonomi G, Boscolo I, Brambilla N, Brusa RS et al. The AEGIS detection system for gravity measurements. Nuclear Physics, Section A. 2010 Mar 1;834(1-4). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2010.01.136
    Fabris, D. ; Belov, A. S. ; Bonomi, G. ; Boscolo, I. ; Brambilla, N. ; Brusa, R. S. ; Byakov, V. M. ; Cabaret, L. ; Canali, C. ; Carraro, C. ; Castelli, F. ; Cialdi, S. ; Comparat, D. ; Consolati, G. ; Dassa, L. ; Djourelov, N. ; Doser, M. ; Drobychev, G. ; Dudarev, A. ; Dupasquier, A. ; Ferragut, R. ; Ferrari, G. ; Fischer, A. ; Folegati, P. ; Fontana, A. ; Formaro, L. ; Lunardon, M. ; Gervasini, A. ; Giammarchi, M. G. ; Gninenko, S. N. ; Heyne, R. ; Hogan, S. D. ; Jørgensen, L. V. ; Kellerbauer, A. ; Krasnicky, D. ; Lagomarsino, V. ; Leveraro, F. ; Manuzio, G. ; Mariazzi, S. ; Matveev, V. A. ; Merkt, F. ; Moretto, S. ; Morhard, C. ; Nebbia, G. ; Nedelec, P. ; Oberthaler, M. K. ; Perini, D. ; Petracek, V. ; Prevedelli, M. ; Al-Qaradawi, I. Y. ; Quasso, F. ; Riccardi, C. ; Rohne, O. ; Pesente, S. ; Rotondi, A. ; Spacek, M. ; Stapnes, S. ; Sillou, D. ; Stepanov, S. V. ; Stroke, H. H. ; Testera, G. ; Tino, G. ; Trezzi, D. ; Turbabin, A. V. ; Vaccarone, R. ; Vairo, A. ; Viesti, G. ; Walters, H. ; Warring, U. ; Zavatarelli, S. ; Zenoni, A. ; Zvezhinskij, D. S. / The AEGIS detection system for gravity measurements. In: Nuclear Physics, Section A. 2010 ; Vol. 834, No. 1-4.
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