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|Title:||Simulations of a giant hybrid air shower detector|
|Citation:||Astroparticle Physics, 1996; 5(3-4):239-247|
|Publisher:||ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV|
|B.R. Dawson, H.Y. Dai, P. Sommers, S. Yoshida|
|Abstract:||We have used Monte Carlo simulations to investigate the capabilities of a giant air shower observatory designed to detect showers initiated by cosmic rays with energies exceeding 1019 eV. The observatory is to consist of an array of detectors that will characterise the air shower at ground level, and optical detectors to measure the fluorescence light emitted by the shower in the atmosphere. Using these detectors together in a ‘hybrid’ configuration, we find that precise geometrical reconstruction of the shower axis is possible, leading to excellent resolution in energy. The technique is also shown to provide very good reconstruction below 1019 eV, at energies where the ground array is not fully efficient.|
|Appears in Collections:||Physics publications|
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