Recent results from Long-Baseline Neutrino experiments release_fc5ksqzf55gihc6p7muttsg2m4

by Mario A. Acero

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Understanding the physics of neutrinos is of paramount relevance for the development of high energy physics, cosmology and astrophysics, thanks to their characteristics and phenomenology. In particular, the property of changing flavor while neutrinos travel, the so-called neutrino oscillation phenomenon, provides us with valuable information about their behavior and their impact on the standard model of particles and the evolution of the universe, for instance. Here I present an overview of the most recent results as reported by relevant experiments studying neutrinos produced by accelerator facilities and detected after traveling long distances: the so-called Long-Baseline neutrino experiments.
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