The AEgIS experiment

G. Testera, S. Aghion, C. Amsler, A. Ariga, T. Ariga, A. Belov, G. Bonomi, P. Braunig, J. Bremer, R. Brusa, L. Cabaret, M. Caccia, R. Caravita, F. Castelli, G. Cerchiari, K. Chlouba, S. Cialdi, D. Comparat, G. Consolati, S. CurreliA. Demetrio, H. Derking, L.D. Noto, M. Doser, A. Dudarev, A. Ereditato, R. Ferragut, A. Fontana, S. Gerber, M. Giammarchi, A. Gligorova, S. Gninenko, S. Haider, S. Hogan, H. Holmestad, T. Huse, E.J. Jordan, J. Kawada, A. Kellerbauer, M. Kimura, D. Krasnický, V. Lagomarsino, S. Lehner, C. Malbrunot, S. Mariazzi, V. Matveev, Z. Mazzotta, G. Nebbia, P. Nedelec, M. Oberthaler, N. Pacifico, L. Penasa, V. Petracek, C. Pistillo, F. Prelz, M. Prevedelli, L. Ravelli, C. Riccardi, O.M. Røhne, S. Rosenberger, A. Rotondi, H. Sandaker, R. Santoro, P. Scampoli, L. Semeria, M. Simon, M. Spacek, J. Storey, I.M. Strojek, M. Subieta, E. Widmann, P. Yzombard, S. Zavatarelli, J. Zmeskal

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© 2015, Springer International Publishing Switzerland.The AEgIS experiment is presently almost completely installed at CERN. It is currently taking data with antiprotons, electrons and positrons. The apparatus is designed to form a cold, pulsed beam of antihydrogen to measure the Earth’s gravitational acceleration g on antimatter and to perform spectroscopy measurements. This paper describes the main features of the apparatus and shows a selected review of some achieved results.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)13-20
JournalHyperfine Interactions
Issue number1-3
Publication statusPublished - 7 Aug 2015
Externally publishedYes


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