Phil Adamson

This graph shows the “bunch” formed from all neutrino events recorded at the MINOS far detector over the two-month run period. The blue distribution shows neutrinos that have traveled the 735 kilometers from Fermilab to Soudan and interacted in the middle of the MINOS detector. The open red distribution shows neutrinos that have interacted in the rock surrounding the detector and produced a muon, which has been detected in MINOS, arriving on average a nanosecond later as expected. The fastest…