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The surface detector array of the Telescope Array experiment

Title
The surface detector array of the Telescope Array experiment
Authors
Abu-Zayyad T.Aida R.Allen M.Anderson R.Azuma R.Barcikowski E.Belz J.W.Bergman D.R.Blake S.A.Cady R.Cheon B.G.Chiba J.Chikawa M.Cho E.J.Cho W.R.Fujii H.Fujii T.Fukuda T.Fukushima M.Gorbunov D.Hanlon W.Hayashi K.Hayashi Y.Hayashida N.Hibino K.Hiyama K.Honda K.Iguchi T.Ikeda D.Ikuta K.Inoue N.Ishii T.Ishimori R.Ivanov D.Iwamoto S.Jui C.C.H.Kadota K.Kakimoto F.Kalashev O.Kanbe T.Kasahara K.Kawai H.Kawakami S.Kawana S.Kido E.Kim H.B.Kim H.K.Kim J.H.Kitamoto K.Kobayashi K.Kobayashi Y.Kondo Y.Kuramoto K.Kuzmin V.Kwon Y.J.Lim S.I.MacHida S.Martens K.Martineau J.Matsuda T.Matsuura T.Matsuyama T.Matthews J.N.Myers I.Minamino M.Miyata K.Miyauchi H.Murano Y.Nakamura T.Nam S.W.Nonaka T.Ogio S.Ohnishi M.Ohoka H.Oki K.Oku D.Okuda T.Oshima A.Ozawa S.Park I.H.Pshirkov M.S.Rodriguez D.Roh S.Y.Rubtsov G.Ryu D.Sagawa H.Sakurai N.Sampson A.L.Scott L.M.Shah P.D.Shibata F.Shibata T.Shimodaira H.Shin B.K.Shin J.I.Shirahama T.Smith J.D.Sokolsky P.Sonley T.J.Springer R.W.Stokes B.T.Stratton S.R.Stroman T.A.Suzuki S.Takahashi Y.Takeda M.Taketa A.Takita M.Tameda Y.Tanaka H.Tanaka K.Tanaka M.Thomas S.B.Thomson G.B.Tinyakov P.Tkachev I.Tokuno H.Tomida T.Troitsky S.Tsunesada Y.Tsutsumi K.Tsuyuguchi Y.Uchihori Y.Udo S.Ukai H.Vasiloff G.Wada Y.Wong T.Wood M.Yamakawa Y.Yamaoka H.Yamazaki K.Yang J.Yoshida S.Yoshii H.Zollinger R.Zundel Z.
Ewha Authors
양종만박일흥남신우
SCOPUS Author ID
양종만scopus
Issue Date
2012
Journal Title
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment
ISSN
0168-9002JCR Link
Citation
vol. 689, pp. 87 - 97
Indexed
SCI; SCIE; SCOPUS WOS scopus
Abstract
The Telescope Array (TA) experiment, located in the western desert of Utah, USA, is designed for the observation of extensive air showers from extremely high energy cosmic rays. The experiment has a surface detector array surrounded by three fluorescence detectors to enable simultaneous detection of shower particles at ground level and fluorescence photons along the shower track. The TA surface detectors and fluorescence detectors started full hybrid observation in March, 2008. In this article we describe the design and technical features of the TA surface detector. © 2012 Elsevier B.V.
DOI
10.1016/j.nima.2012.05.079
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자연과학대학 > 물리학전공 > Journal papers
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