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First pieces of BabyIAXO go down to the underground hall at DESY

BabyIAXO will use a mount to point the 90 ton experiment to the Sun. This mount will reuse pieces from the prototype Middle-Size Telescope that was built in Berlin-Adlerhof as a technological prototype for CTA telescopes. It was dismounted in … Continue reading

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10th IAXO Collaboration Meeting

This week the 10th IAXO collaboration has taken place in Zaragoza. More than 40 collaborators discussed the progress of the experiemnt after the recent endorsement by DESY PRC: physics case, magnet, optics, detectors, infrastructure, software, etc.

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DESY PRC endorses the BabyIAXO proposal

Last May 20th the BabyIAXO proposal was reviewed in detail in a special session of the Physics Review Committee (PRC) of DESY. The outcome of the review was very positive. The committee has endorsed the proposal and encourages the collaboration … Continue reading

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Physics potential of IAXO

The IAXO collaboration has just published the paper entitled “Physics potential of the International Axion Observatory” with updated sensitivity projections for BabyIAXO and IAXO and a review of the various theoretical, astrophysical and cosmological motivations to explore axions and axion-like … Continue reading

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CAPA, a new research center is born at UNIZAR

The new Center for Astroparticle and High Energy Physics (CAPA) at the University of Zaragoza has been formally created few days ago by the governing council of the University. The CAPA community encompasses all the particle and astroparticle physics groups … Continue reading

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