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JEM-EUSO: Meteor and nuclearite observations

Title
JEM-EUSO: Meteor and nuclearite observations
Authors
The JEM-EUSO CollaborationAdams J.H.Jr.Ahmad S.Albert J.-N.Allard D.Anchordoqui L.Andreev V.Anzalone A.Arai Y.Asano K.Ave Pernas M.Baragatti P.Barrillon P.Batsch T.Bayer J.Bechini R.Belenguer T.Bellotti R.Belov K.Berlind A.A.Bertaina M.Biermann P.L.Biktemerova S.Blaksley C.Blanc N.Błȩcki J.Blin-Bondil S.Blümer J.Bobik P.Bogomilov M.Bonamente M.Briggs M.S.Briz S.Bruno A.Cafagna F.Campana D.Capdevielle J.-N.Caruso R.Casolino M.Cassardo C.Castellinic G.Catalano C.Catalano G.Cellino A.Chikawa M.Christl M.J.Cline D.Connaughton V.Conti L.Cordero G.Crawford H.J.Cremonini R.Csorna S.Dagoret-Campagne S.de Castro A.J.De Donato C.de la Taille C.De Santis C.del Peral L.Dell’Oro A.De Simone N.Di Martino M.Distratis G.Dulucq F.Dupieux M.Ebersoldt A.Ebisuzaki T.Engel R.Falk S.Fang K.Fenu F.Fernández-Gómez I.Ferrarese S.Finco D.Flamini M.Fornaro C.Franceschi A.Fujimoto J.Fukushima M.Galeotti P.Garipov G.Geary J.Gelmini G.Giraudo G.Gonchar M.González Alvarado C.Gorodetzky P.Guarino F.Guzmán A.Hachisu Y.Harlov B.Haungs A.Hernández Carretero J.Higashide K.Ikeda D.Ikeda H.Inoue N.Inoue S.Insolia A.Isgrò F.Itow Y.Joven E.Judd E.G.Jung A.Kajino F.Kajino T.Kaneko I.Karadzhov Y.Karczmarczyk J.Karus M.Katahira K.Kawai K.Kawasaki Y.Keilhauer B.Khrenov B.A.Kim J.-S.Kim S.-W.Kleifges M.Klimov P.A.Kolev D.Kreykenbohm I.Kudela K.Kurihara Y.Kusenko A.Kuznetsov E.Lacombe M.Lachaud C.Lee J.Licandro J.Lim H.López F.Maccarone M.C.Mannheim K.Maravilla D.Marcelli L.Marini A.Martinez O.Masciantonio G.Mase K.Matev R.Medina-Tanco G.Mernik T.Miyamoto H.Miyazaki Y.Mizumoto Y.Modestino G.Monaco A.Monnier-Ragaigne D.Morales de los Ríos J.A.Moretto C.Morozenko V.S.Mot B.Murakami T.Murakami M.N.Nagata M.Nagataki S.Nakamura T.Napolitano T.Naumov D.Nava R.Neronov A.Nomoto K.Nonaka T.Ogawa T.Ogio S.Ohmori H.Olinto A.V.Orleański P.Osteria G.Panasyuk M.I.Parizot E.Park I.H.Park H.W.Pastircak B.Patzak T.Paul T.Pennypacker C.Perez Cano S.Peter T.Picozza P.Pierog T.Piotrowski L.W.Piraino S.Plebaniak Z.Pollini A.Prat P.Prévôt G.Prieto H.Putis M.Reardon P.Reyes M.Ricci M.Rodríguez I.Rodríguez Frías M.D.Ronga F.Roth M.Rothkaehl H.Roudil G.Rusinov I.Rybczyński M.Sabau M.D.Sáez-Cano G.Sagawa H.Saito A.Sakaki N.Sakata M.Salazar H.Sánchez S.Santangelo A.Santiago Crúz L.Sanz Palomino M.Saprykin O.Sarazin F.Sato H.Sato M.Schanz T.Schieler H.Scotti V.Segreto A.Selmane S.Semikoz D.Serra M.Sharakin S.Shibata T.Shimizu H.M.Shinozaki K.Shirahama T.Siemieniec-Oziȩbło G.Silva López H.H.Sledd J.Słomińska K.Sobey A.Sugiyama T.Supanitsky D.Suzuki M.Szabelska B.Szabelski J.Tajima F.Tajima N.Tajima T.Takahashi Y.Takami H.Takeda M.Takizawa Y.Tenzer C.Tibolla O.Tkachev L.Tokuno H.Tomida T.Tone N.Toscano S.Trillaud F.Tsenov R.Tsunesada Y.Tsuno K.Tymieniecka T.Uchihori Y.Unger M.Vaduvescu O.Valdés-Galicia J.F.Vallania P.Valore L.Vankova G.Vigorito C.Villaseñor L.von Ballmoos P.Wada S.Watanabe J.Watanabe S.Watts J.JrWeber M.Weiler T.J.Wibig T.Wiencke L.Wille M.Wilms J.Włodarczyk Z.Yamamoto T.Yamamoto Y.Yang J.Yano H.Yashin I.V.Yonetoku D.Yoshida K.Yoshida S.Young R.Zotov M.Y.Zuccaro Marchi A.
Ewha Authors
양종만
SCOPUS Author ID
양종만scopus
Issue Date
2015
Journal Title
Experimental Astronomy
ISSN
0922-6435JCR Link
Citation
vol. 40, no. 1, pp. 253 - 279
Keywords
JEM-EUSOMeteorsNuclearitesSpace detectors
Publisher
Springer Netherlands
Indexed
SCIE; SCOPUS scopus
Abstract
Meteor and fireball observations are key to the derivation of both the inventory and physical characterization of small solar system bodies orbiting in the vicinity of the Earth. For several decades, observation of these phenomena has only been possible via ground-based instruments. The proposed JEM-EUSO mission has the potential to become the first operational space-based platform to share this capability. In comparison to the observation of extremely energetic cosmic ray events, which is the primary objective of JEM-EUSO, meteor phenomena are very slow, since their typical speeds are of the order of a few tens of km/sec (whereas cosmic rays travel at light speed). The observing strategy developed to detect meteors may also be applied to the detection of nuclearites, which have higher velocities, a wider range of possible trajectories, but move well below the speed of light and can therefore be considered as slow events for JEM-EUSO. The possible detection of nuclearites greatly enhances the scientific rationale behind the JEM-EUSO mission. © 2014, Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht.
DOI
10.1007/s10686-014-9375-4
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