K2K at the University of Hawai`i

K2K, which stands for "KEK to Kamioka", is a so-called "Long baseline neutrino oscillation" experiment. A neutrino beam generated at the KEK neutrino beam line all the way to Kamioka,mostly through the earth, to observe the "neutrino oscillation" phenomenon.


Announcement of first neutrinos in SuperK from KEK by the K2K Collaboration, of which UH is a member, 28 June 1999.

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