Description: A collaboration of MIT, LLNL, Univ. of Florida, FNAL, UC Berkeley and INR Moscow have built a large-scale RF cavity axion detector. The experiment has been taking production data since February of 1996 and is sensitive enough to detect plausible dark matter axions comprising a reasonable fraction of the mass in our galactic halo. After a brief introduction to axion physics, I discuss details of our instrumentation, our analysis methodology, our run plan and future goals of the experiments.
Date: January 1, 1998
Creator: Daw, E. J., & van Bibber, K.
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