Kaons and ultra-rare kaon decays

Doug Bryman discusses Kaon physics and kaon decay experiments such as the NA62 at CERN which will measure the ultra-rare “golden” decay K+ -> pi+ nu anti-nu aimed at sensitively searching for new physics at very high mass scales. Image courtesy of Doug Bryman.

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