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INDICATIONS OF INTERMEDIATE-SCALE ANISOTROPY OF COSMIC RAYS WITH ENERGY GREATER THAN 57 EeV IN THE NORTHERN SKY MEASURED WITH THE SURFACE DETECTOR OF THE TELESCOPE ARRAY EXPERIMENT
We have searched for intermediate-scale anisotropy in the arrival directions of ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays with energies above 57 EeV in the northern sky using data collected over a 5 yr period by
Deriving the Global Structure of the Galactic Magnetic Field from Faraday Rotation Measures of Extragalactic Sources
We made use of the two latest sets of rotational measures (RMs) of extra-galactic radio sources, namely the NRAO VLA Sky Survey rotation measures catalog, and a compilation by Kronberg and
Relation between the neutrino flux from Centaurus A and the associated diffuse neutrino flux
Based on recent results obtained by the Pierre Auger Observatory (PAO), it has been hypothesized that Centaurus A (Cen A) is a source of ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays (UHECRs) and associated
Particles and Fields
The concept of atoms has contributed greatly to the development of physics. Each element has its own atom. Atoms can bind together to form molecules or molecules can dissociate into atoms in chemical
New Limits on Extragalactic Magnetic Fields from Rotation Measures.
TLDR
New, statistically robust, upper limits on the strength of extragalactic magnetic fields are derived, which constrain fields with Jeans' length coherence length to be below 1.7 nG at the 2σ level, and fields coherent across the entire observable Universe below 0.65 nGs.
Depth of Ultra High Energy Cosmic Ray Induced Air Shower Maxima Measured by the Telescope Array Black Rock and Long Ridge FADC Fluorescence Detectors and Surface Array in Hybrid Mode
The Telescope Array observatory utilizes fluorescence detectors and surface detectors to observe air showers produced by ultra high energy cosmic rays in the Earth's atmosphere. Cosmic ray events
The Cosmic-Ray Energy Spectrum Observed with the Surface Detector of the Telescope Array Experiment
The Telescope Array experiment is supported by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science through Grants-in-Aids for Scientific Research on Specially Promoted Research (21000002) "Extreme
Can neutron stars constrain dark matter
Because of their strong gravitational field, neutron stars capture weakly interacting dark matter particles (WIMPs) more efficiently compared to other stars, including the white dwarfs. Once
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