The first observation of two structures consistent with resonances in the final states $\Lambda_b^0 \pi^$ and $\Lambda_b^0 \pi^+$ is reported using samples of $pp$ collision data collected by the LHCb experiment at $\sqrt{s} = 7$ and $8$ TeV, corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 3 $\mathrm{fb}^{1}$. The ground states $\Sigma_b^\pm$ and $\Sigma_b^{*\pm}$ are also confirmed and their masses and widths are precisely measured.
Mass distribution for the selected $\Lambda ^0_ b \rightarrow \Lambda ^+_ c \pi^$ candidates. The points show experimental data. 
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Mass distribution for selected $\Lambda ^0_ b \pi^\pm $ candidates. The points show experimental data. The left (right) column shows $\Lambda ^0_ b \pi^ $ ($\Lambda ^0_ b \pi^+ $) combinations. The top row shows the fits to the lowermass states $\Sigma _b^\pm $ and $\Sigma _b^{*\pm} $. The lower row presents the fits to the new mass peaks with the requirement $ p_{\mathrm{ T}} (\pi_{s}^{\pm} )>1000$ $\mathrm{\,Me V}$ . 
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Summary of the results of the fits to the $ Q \equiv m(\Lambda ^0_ b \pi^\pm)  m(\Lambda ^0_ b )  m(\pi^\pm)$ mass spectra. $Q_0$ and $\Gamma$ are the mean and the width of the BreitWigner function. The quoted uncertainties are statistical only. 
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Summary of the systematic uncertainties on the measured masses and widths. $Q_0$ and $\Gamma$ are the mean and the width of the BreitWigner function. All values are in $\mathrm{\,Me V}$ . 
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Masses and widths of the $\Sigma _b{(6097)}^\pm$ , $\Sigma _b^{*\pm}$ and $\Sigma _b^\pm$ baryons. Isospin splittings $\Delta({X^\pm}) = m(X^+)  m(X^)$ and mass differences are also calculated. The first uncertainty is statistical, the second systematic. The systematic uncertainty on $m$ includes the uncertainty from the knowledge of the $\Lambda ^0_ b $ mass [41]. 
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