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DATE

2004-06

AUTHORS

J. Lagoda

ABSTRACT

The main physics issues of the ICARUS experiment are observations of solar, atmospheric, beam, and supernova neutrinos and possibly of proton decay, with its unique experimental features, in which both high visual resolution and accurate calorimetry are combined. The ICARUS project represents a new generation of detectors, providing three-dimensional views of ionizing events and particle identification, working also as a good homogeneous calorimeter. A first module (T600) has been built and was successfully tested in an external site in Pavia (Italy) during summer 2001. Large samples of cosmic muon tracks and cosmic showers have been collected with a spectacular richness of details. On the basis of the experience acquired in the realization of the T600 module, four additional modules will be built to reach a total mass of 3000 t. The detector will be placed in the underground laboratory in Gran Sasso (LNGS). More... »

PAGES

1107-1111

Journal

TITLE

Physics of Atomic Nuclei

ISSUE

6

VOLUME

67

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1134/1.1772444

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