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Space experiment TUS on board the Lomonosov satellite as pathfinder of JEM-EUSO

Title
Space experiment TUS on board the Lomonosov satellite as pathfinder of JEM-EUSO
Authors
Adams, 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.Blecki, J.Blin-Bondil, S.Bluemer, 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.Fornaro, C.Franceschi, A.Fujimoto, J.Fukushima, M.Galeotti, P.Garipov, G.Geary, J.Gelmini, G.Giraudo, G.Gonchar, M.Gonzalez Alvarado, C.Gorodetzky, P.Guarino, F.Guzman, A.Hachisu, Y.Harlov, B.Cassardo, C.Castellini, G.Catalano, C.Catalano, O.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.Fernandez-Gomez, I.Ferrarese, S.Finco, D.Flamini, M.Haungs, A.Hernandez Carretero, J.Higashide, K.Ikeda, D.Ikeda, H.Inoue, N.Inoue, S.Insolia, A.Isgro, 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, Jeong-SookKim, Soon-WookKim, Sug-WhanKleifges, 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.Lopez, 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 Rios, J. A.Moretto, C.Morozenko, V. S.Mot, B.Murakami, T.Nagano, M.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.Orleanski, P.Osteria, G.Panasyuk, M. I.Parizot, E.Park, I. H.Park, H. W.Pastircak, B.Patzak, T.Paul, T.Pennypacker, C.Cano, S. PerezPeter, T.Picozza, P.Pierog, T.Piotrowski, L. W.Piraino, S.Plebaniak, Z.Pollini, A.Prat, P.Prevot, G.Prieto, H.Putis, M.Reardon, P.Reyes, M.Ricci, M.Rodriguez, I.Rodriguez Frias, M. D.Ronga, F.Roth, M.Rothkaehl, H.Roudil, G.Rusinov, I.Rybczynski, M.Sabau, M. D.Cano, G. SaezSagawa, H.Saito, A.Sakaki, N.Sakata, M.Salazar, H.Sanchez, S.Santangelo, A.Santiago Cruz, 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-Ozieblo, G.Silva Lopez, H. H.Sledd, J.Slominska, 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.Valdes-Galicia, J. F.Vallania, P.Valore, L.Vankova, G.Vigorito, C.Villasenor, L.von Ballmoos, P.Wada, S.Watanabe, J.Watanabe, S.Watts, J., Jr.Weber, M.Weiler, T. J.Wibig, T.Wiencke, L.Wille, M.Wilms, J.Wlodarczyk, Z.Yamamoto, T.Yamamoto, Y.Yang, J.Yano, H.Yashin, I. V.Yonetoku, D.Yoshida, K.Yoshida, S.Young, R.Zotov, M. Yu.Marchi, A. ZuccaroJEM-EUSO Collaboration
Ewha Authors
양종만
SCOPUS Author ID
양종만scopus
Issue Date
2015
Journal Title
EXPERIMENTAL ASTRONOMY
ISSN
0922-6435JCR Link

1572-9508JCR Link
Citation
EXPERIMENTAL ASTRONOMY vol. 40, no. 1, pp. 315 - 326
Keywords
Air-shower fluorescence telescopeJEM-EUSOPathfinder
Publisher
SPRINGER
Indexed
SCIE; SCOPUS WOS scopus
Document Type
Article
Abstract
Space-based detectors for the study of extreme energy cosmic rays (EECR) are being prepared as a promising new method for detecting highest energy cosmic rays. A pioneering space device - the "tracking ultraviolet set-up" (TUS) - is in the last stage of its construction and testing. The TUS detector will collect preliminary data on EECR in the conditions of a space environment, which will be extremely useful for planning the major JEM-EUSO detector operation.
DOI
10.1007/s10686-015-9465-y
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