Tests on a prototype spherical detector

Astone, P.; Bassan, M.; Bonifazi, P.; Carelli, P.; Coccia, E.; D’Antonio, S.; Fafone, V.; Frossati, G.; Marini, A.; Mauceli, E.; Merkowitz, S.; Minenkov, Y.; Modena, I.; Moleti, A.; Modestino, G.; Pallottino, G. V.; Papa, M.; Pizzella, G.; Raffone, G.; Ronga, F.
June 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 523 Issue 1, p430
Academic Journal
We report on our progresses in the design and construction of the suspension system for a 3 kHz spherical detector. The plan for our SFERA project is to build a small cryogenic spherical detector by the year 2001. © 2000 American Institute of Physics.


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