MINOS

Karol Lang
2014 Proceedings of XV International Workshop on Neutrino Telescopes — PoS(Neutel 2013)   unpublished
MINOS was a two-detector long-baseline experiment at Fermilab to study neutrino oscillations. The experiment started its operations in February 2005 and finished in April 2012. The total beam exposure delivered to the two magnetized spectrometers was 14.07×10 20 protons-on-target. Starting somewhat earlier, the deep-underground Far Detector collected atmospheric neutrinos for an exposure of 37.88 kton-years. Over the years, data from MINOS have allowed the derivation of some of the most
more » ... t constraints for neutrino and antineutrino oscillations to date. In the conference talk, we presented preliminary results of the three-flavor muon neutrinos disappearance analysis. However, these results have been recently superseded by a more global analysis incorporating the MINOS disappearance and appearance beam measurements with the atmospheric data, so these are the preliminary results that we are reporting in these proceedings.
doi:10.22323/1.196.0011 fatcat:u5323crsh5gbxkpwcknpu5hxfa