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JADE

The JADE experiment was one of the experiments located at the PETRA e+e- collider and storage ring at DESY in Hamburg, Germany. The experiment took data between 1979 and 1986 in the electron-positron center-of-mass energy range between 14 and 45 GeV.

Since 1997, a group at the University of Aachen, now located at the MPI in Munich, started to re-analyze the data taken during that time period. New theoretical calculations developed during and after the running of the PETRA and the LEP experiments are applied to the data taken between 14 and 45 GeV. This project allows a unique access to data at that energy range.

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