The S91 experiment (Lundby) in the South Hall



Geneva, Switzerland

Adjustments being made to the detection system of experiment S91 which was to study the scattering of kaons and antiprotons on protons. The experiment was at the time taking data at energies up to 5 GeV and would later extend the investigation to higher energies. In the picture can be seen the two arms of the detector, coming out from the target position, each with a large C magnet, wire spark chambers and counters on-line to a computer.


  • Title: The S91 experiment (Lundby) in the South Hall
  • Creator: CERN PhotoLab
  • Date Created: 1970-03, 1970
  • Contributor: GenevaCERN1970-3
  • Medium: Film, Photographic negative
  • Link to Internal Document: http://cds.cern.ch/record/1729136
  • Internal Reference: Rubrique: Date Planche:3 70 De:211 A:214
  • Comment: Album with images scanned from original photo negatives

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