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Type: Conference paper
Title: The HiSCORE experiment and its potential for gamma-ray astronomy
Author: Tluczykont, M.
Hampf, D.
Einhaus, U.
Horns, D.
Bruckner, M.
Budnev, N.
Buker, M.
Chvalaev, O.
Dyachok, A.
Epimakhov, S.
Gress, O.
Ivanova, A.
Konstantinov, E.
Korosteleva, E.
Kunnas, M.
Kuzmichev, L.
Lubsandorzhiev, B.
Lubsandorzhiev, N.
Maurer, A.
Mirgazov, R.
et al.
Citation: Journal of Physics - Conference Series - 23rd European Cosmic Ray Symposium and 32nd Russian Cosmic Ray Conference, 2013; 409:012120
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Issue Date: 2013
Series/Report no.: Journal of Physics Conference Series
ISSN: 1742-6588
1742-6596
Conference Name: European Cosmic Ray Symposium (23rd : 2012 : Moscow, Russia)
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M. Tluczykont... G. P. Rowell... et al.
Abstract: The HiSCORE (Hundred*i Square-km Cosmic ORigin Explorer) detector aims at the exploration of the accelerator sky, using indirect air-shower observations of cosmic rays from 100 TeV to 1 EeV and gamma rays in the last remaining observation window of gamma-ray astronomy from 10 TeV to several PeV. The main questions addressed by HiSCORE are cosmic ray composition and spectral measurements in the Galactic/extragalactic transition range, and the origin of cosmic rays via the search for gamma rays from Galactic PeV accelerators, the pevatrons. HiSCORE is based on non-imaging Cherenkov light-front sampling with sensitive large-area detector modules of the order of 0.5 m2. A prototype station was deployed on the Tunka cosmic ray experiment site in Siberia, where an engineering array of up to 1km2 is planned for deployment in 2012/2013. Here, we address the expected physics potential of HiSCORE, the status of the project, and further plans.
Rights: Copyright status unknown
DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/409/1/012120
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