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The JEM-EUSO observation in cloudy conditions

Title
The JEM-EUSO observation in cloudy conditions
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.
Ewha Authors
양종만
SCOPUS Author ID
양종만scopus
Issue Date
2015
Journal Title
Experimental Astronomy
ISSN
0922-6435JCR Link
Citation
vol. 40, no. 1, pp. 135 - 152
Keywords
Extensive air showerJEM-EUSOUltra-high energy cosmic ray
Publisher
Springer Netherlands
Indexed
SCIE; SCOPUS WOS scopus
Abstract
The JEM-EUSO (Extreme Universe Space Observatory on-board the Japanese Experiment Module) mission will conduct extensive air shower (EAS) observations on the International Space Station (ISS). Following the ISS orbit, JEM-EUSO will experience continuous changes in the atmospheric conditions, including cloud presence. The influence of clouds on space-based observation is, therefore, an important topic to investigate from both EAS property and cloud climatology points of view. In the present work, the impact of clouds on the apparent profile of EAS is demonstrated through the simulation studies, taking into account the JEM-EUSO instrument and properties of the clouds. These results show a dependence on the cloud-top altitude and optical depth of the cloud. The analyses of satellite measurements on the cloud distribution indicate that more than 60 % of the cases allow for conventional EAS observation, and an additional ∼20 % with reduced quality. The combination of the relevant factors results in an effective trigger aperture of EAS observation ∼72 %, compared to the one in the clear atmosphere condition. © 2014, Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht.
DOI
10.1007/s10686-014-9377-2
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