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  What is KATRIN's result or status about the neutrino mass measurement?

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Is there any result on the mass of the neutrino? 

Are they measuring at all?

Or is the system broken?

It should be measuring now - but there are no news on their website, no details - what is the matter with the experiment?

asked Jun 26 in Experimental Physics by Glen [ no revision ]
recategorized Jun 28 by Dilaton

not a question for this site...  arxiv  arxiv  arxiv

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Indeed, https://arxiv.org/abs/1906.10168 gives the status of the experiment in mid 2019. KATRIN is taking measurements, but a first result date has not been set.

answered Jun 27 by anonymous [ revision history ]
edited Jun 28 by Dilaton

The previous generation of tritium beta decay experiments, located at Troitsk and at Mainz, set a limit on the antineutrino mass at < 2eV at 90%.

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