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NA62: the (Physics) Story so far

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   The NA62 experiment at CERN , dedicated to measurements of ultra-rare decays of the charged kaon with the decay-in-flight technique, collected a large data set corresponding to 6*10^{12} kaon decays during its first run in 2016-2018. A summary of physics results using this data sample is presented, including the flagship analysis, measurement of the K+—>pi+nunu decay rate, and searches for lepton number and lepton flavour violating decays. Prospects for future NA62 data-taking, beginning in 2021, are also discussed.

This talk is part of the Particle Physics Seminars series.

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