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Type: Journal article
Title: Reconstruction of inclined air showers detected with the Pierre Auger Observatory
Author: Pierre Auger collaboration
Aab, A.
Abreu, P.
Aglietta, M.
Ahlers, M.
Ahn, E.
Al Samarai, I.
Albuquerque, I.
Allekotte, I.
Allen, J.
Allison, P.
Almela, A.
Alvarez Castillo, J.
Alvarez-Muñiz, J.
Alves Batista, R.
Ambrosio, M.
Aminaei, A.
Anchordoqui, L.
Andringa, S.
Aramo, C.
et al.
Citation: Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, 2014; 2014(8):019-1-019-32
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Issue Date: 2014
ISSN: 1475-7516
1475-7516
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The Pierre Auger collaboration
Abstract: We describe the method devised to reconstruct inclined cosmic-ray air showers with zenith angles greater than 60° detected with the surface array of the Pierre Auger Observatory. The measured signals at the ground level are fitted to muon density distributions predicted with atmospheric cascade models to obtain the relative shower size as an overall normalization parameter. The method is evaluated using simulated showers to test its performance. The energy of the cosmic rays is calibrated using a sub-sample of events reconstructed with both the fluorescence and surface array techniques. The reconstruction method described here provides the basis of complementary analyses including an independent measurement of the energy spectrum of ultra-high energy cosmic rays using very inclined events collected by the Pierre Auger Observatory.
Keywords: cosmic ray experiments; ultra high energy cosmic rays
Description: K.B. Barber, J.A. Bellido, R.W. Clay, M.J. Cooper, B.R. Dawson, T.D. Grubb, T.A. Harrison, G.C. Hill, M. Malacari, S.J. Saffi, J. Sorokin are members of The Pierre Auger collaboration
Rights: © 2014 IOP Publishing Ltd and Sissa Medialab srl
RMID: 0030017555
DOI: 10.1088/1475-7516/2014/08/019
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