NA63 is an experiment to study radiation processes in strong electromagnetic fields at CERN. The high-energy proton beam from the Super Proton Synchrotron (SPS) is split into several secondary beamlines that provide different particles to experiments. One of these secondary beamlines is H4, which can provide protons, hadrons, electrons or muons on request. In the NA63 experiment electron and positron beams get directed onto a variety of different crystal targets to study radiation processes in strong electromagnetic fields. The research is relevant to a range of physics including beam-beam effects in linear colliders and the physics of various astrophysical phenomena. [1]
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"NA63’s enlightening experiments, The CERN Courier". Retrieved 2015-08-13.

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