Preliminary report on the large halo event TADJIKISTAN View Full Text


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DATE

1996-11

AUTHORS

A. Ohsawa

ABSTRACT

A large halo event, TADJIKISTAN, observed recently by the Pamir Collaboration, consists of a halo (diameter ∼2 cm) and of a large number (∼2000) of high-energy showers, distributed over an area ofR∼20 cm. The total observed energy in the halo is estimated to be 4.8·104 TeV. The characteristics of the event are compared with those of ANDROMEDA, another large event observed by the Chacaltaya Collaboration. The observed attenuation mean free path of hadrons, Λ/λp = 1.41−0.32+0.21 is compatible with that of pions, indicating that the hadrons in the event are not exotic on average. More... »

PAGES

1031-1038

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1967. Theory of Cascade Showers in KOSMISCHE STRAHLUNG II / COSMIC RAYS II
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