|This week saw the launch of the new Muon g-2 website.|
The Muon g-2 experiment now has a new website, which launched this week.
On the new site, you can read about the motivation behind the proposed experiment, learn about the physics of the property known as the muon g-2 (pronounced gee minus two) and find out how the experiment will improve our understanding of the fundamental properties of space and matter.
The website also features a page on the experiment’s centerpiece, a 50-foot-diameter, 700-ton muon storage ring. The Muon g-2 collaboration will relocate the superconducting-magnet ring, previously used in an experiment at Brookhaven National Laboratory, 900 miles from Upton, NY, to Batavia, Ill., later this year.