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The infrared camera onboard JEM-EUSO

Title
The infrared camera onboard JEM-EUSO
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. 61 - 89
Keywords
IR-cameraJEM-EUSOSpace observatoryUltra-High Energy Cosmic Rays (UHECR)
Publisher
Springer Netherlands
Indexed
SCIE; SCOPUS WOS scopus
Abstract
The Extreme Universe Space Observatory on the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM-EUSO) on board the International Space Station (ISS) is the first space-based mission worldwide in the field of Ultra High-Energy Cosmic Rays (UHECR). For UHECR experiments, the atmosphere is not only the showering calorimeter for the primary cosmic rays, it is an essential part of the readout system, as well. Moreover, the atmosphere must be calibrated and has to be considered as input for the analysis of the fluorescence signals. Therefore, the JEM-EUSO Space Observatory is implementing an Atmospheric Monitoring System (AMS) that will include an IR-Camera and a LIDAR. The AMS Infrared Camera is an infrared, wide FoV, imaging system designed to provide the cloud coverage along the JEM-EUSO track and the cloud top height to properly achieve the UHECR reconstruction in cloudy conditions. In this paper, an updated preliminary design status, the results from the calibration tests of the first prototype, the simulation of the instrument, and preliminary cloud top height retrieval algorithms are presented. © 2014, Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht.
DOI
10.1007/s10686-014-9402-5
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