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The atmospheric monitoring system of the JEM-EUSO instrument

Title
The atmospheric monitoring system of the JEM-EUSO instrument
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.Weber 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.
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양종만
SCOPUS Author ID
양종만scopus
Issue Date
2015
Journal Title
Experimental Astronomy
ISSN
0922-6435JCR Link
Citation
vol. 40, no. 1, pp. 45 - 60
Keywords
Atmospheric monitoringIR cameraLIDARUltra high energy cosmic rays
Publisher
Springer Netherlands
Indexed
SCIE; SCOPUS WOS scopus
Abstract
The JEM-EUSO telescope will detect Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Rays (UHECRs) from space, detecting the UV Fluorescence Light produced by Extensive Air Showers (EAS) induced by the interaction of the cosmic rays with the earth’s atmosphere. The capability to reconstruct the properties of the primary cosmic ray depends on the accurate measurement of the atmospheric conditions in the region of EAS development. The Atmospheric Monitoring (AM) system of JEM-EUSO will host a LIDAR, operating in the UV band, and an Infrared camera to monitor the cloud cover in the JEM-EUSO Field of View, in order to be sensitive to clouds with an optical depth τ ≥ 0.15 and to measure the cloud top altitude with an accuracy of 500 m and an altitude resolution of 500 m. © 2014, Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht.
DOI
10.1007/s10686-014-9378-1
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