All-Particle Cosmic Ray Energy Spectrum Measured with 26 Icetop Stations

@article{Abbasi2012AllParticleCR,
  title={All-Particle Cosmic Ray Energy Spectrum Measured with 26 Icetop Stations},
  author={IceCube collaboration R. Abbasi and Yasser Abdou and T. Abu-Zayyad and Markus Ackermann and J. H. Adams and Juan Antonio Aguilar and Markus Ahlers and David Altmann and Karen Andeen and Jan Auffenberg and Xinhua Bai and Mark Baker and Steven W. Barwick and V. Baum and Ryan Bay and J. L. Bazo Alba and K. Beattie and James J. Beatty and Sabrina Bechet and J. K. Becker and Kurt H. Becker and M. Bell and Mohamed Lotfi Benabderrahmane and Segev BenZvi and Jens Berdermann and Patrick Berghaus and David Berley and Elisa Bernardini and Daniel Bertrand and David Z. Besson and Daniel Bindig and Martin Bissok and Erik Blaufuss and Jan Blumenthal and David J. Boersma and Christian Bohm and Debanjan Bose and Sebastian Boser and Olga Botner and Lionel Brayeur and A. M. Brown and Stijn Buitink and Karen S. Caballero-Mora and Michael Carson and Martin Casier and Dmitry Chirkin and Brian John Christy and Fabian Clevermann and S. D. Cohen and D. F. Cowen and A. H. Cruz Silva and Michelangelo D'Agostino and Matthias Danninger and Jacob Daughhetee and J. C. Davis and Catherine De Clercq and T. Degner and Freija Descamps and Paolo Desiati and Garmt de Vries-Uiterweerd and Tyce DeYoung and J. C. D'iaz-V'elez and Jens Dreyer and Jonathan Dumm and Matthew Dunkman and Jonathan Eisch and R. W. Ellsworth and O. Engdegaard and Sebastian Euler and Paul A. Evenson and Oladipo O. Fadiran and Ali R. Fazely and Anatoli Fedynitch and Jacob Feintzeig and Tom Feusels and Kirill Filimonov and Chad Finley and Tobias Fischer-Wasels and Samuel Flis and Anna Franckowiak and Robert Franke and Thomas K. Gaisser and J. Gallagher and Lisa Marie Gerhardt and Laura E. Gladstone and Thorsten Glusenkamp and Azriel Goldschmidt and Jordan A. Goodman and Dariusz G'ora and Darren Grant and A. Gross and Sean Grullon and Maria Gurtner and Chang Hyon Ha and A. Haj Ismail and Allan Hallgren and Francis Halzen and K. Han and Kael D. Hanson and Philip A. Heimann and Dirk Heinen and Klaus Helbing and Robert Eugene Hellauer and Stephanie Virginia Hickford and Gary C. Hill and Kara D. Hoffman and Bernd Hoffmann and Andreas Homeier and Kotoyo Hoshina and Warren Huelsnitz and Per Olof Hulth and Klas Hultqvist and Shahid Hussain and Aya Ishihara and Emanuel Jacobi and Janet S. Jacobsen and George S. Japaridze and Henrik J. Johansson and Alexander Kappes and Timo Karg and Albrecht Karle and Joanna Kiryluk and Fabian Kislat and Spencer R. Klein and S. Klepser and J. H. Kohne and Georges Kohnen and Hermann Kolanoski and Lutz Kopke and Sandro Kopper and D. Jason Koskinen and Marek Kowalski and Mark Krasberg and G{\"o}sta Kroll and Jan Kunnen and Naoko Kurahashi and Takao Kuwabara and Mathieu L. M. Labare and Karim Laihem and Hagar Landsman and Michael James Larson and R. J. Lauer and Jan Lunemann and Joseph R. Madsen and Reina Maruyama and Keiichi Mase and Howard S. Matis and Kevin J. Meagher and Martin Merck and P'eter M'esz'aros and Thomas Meures and Sandra Miarecki and Eike Middell and Natalie Milke and J. Miller and Teresa Montaruli and Robert Morse and Steven Movit and Rolf Nahnhauer and Jiwoo Nam and Uwe Naumann and Sarah C. Nowicki and David R. Nygren and Sirin Odrowski and Alexander R. Olivas and Miguel Olivo and Aongus O'Murchadha and Sebastian Panknin and Larissa Paul and Carlos P'erez de los Heros and Damian Pieloth and Jonas Posselt and P. Buford Price and Gerald T. Przybylski and Katherine Rawlins and Peter Christian Redl and Elisa Resconi and Wolfgang Rhode and Mathieu Ribordy and Michael Richman and Benedikt Riedel and Jo{\~a}o Paulo Rodrigues and Florian Rothmaier and Carsten Rott and Tim Ruhe and D. Rutledge and Bakhtiyar Ruzybayev and Dirk Ryckbosch and Heinz Georg Sander and Marcos Santander and Subir Sarkar and Kai Schatto and Mario Scheel and Timothy W. Schmidt and Sebastian Schoneberg and A. R. Schonwald and Anne Schukraft and Lukas Schulte and A. Schultes and O. Schulz and Matthias Schunck and David Seckel and Benjamin Semburg and S. h. Seo and Yolanda Sestayo and Surujhdeo Seunarine and Andrea Silvestri and M. W. E. Smith and G. M. Spiczak and Christian Spiering and Michael Stamatikos and Todor Stanev and Thorsten Stezelberger and Robert G. Stokstad and A. Stossl and Erik A. Strahler and R. G. Strom and Michael Stuer and Gregory W. Sullivan and Henric Taavola and Ignacio J. Taboada and Alessio Tamburro and Samvel Ter-Antonyan and Serap Tilav and Patrick A. Toale and Simona Toscano and Delia Tosi and Nick van Eijndhoven and Arne Van Overloop and Jakob van Santen and Markus Vehring and Markus Voge and Christian Walck and Tilo Waldenmaier and Marius Wallraff and Marc Walter and R. Wasserman and C. Weaver and C. Wendt and Stefan Westerhoff and Nathan Whitehorn and Klaus Wiebe and Christopher Wiebusch and D. R. W. Williams and Ralf Wischnewski and Henrike Wissing and Matthias Wolf and Terri R. Wood and Kurt Woschnagg and C. Xu and D. L. Xu and X. Xu and Juan Pablo Y{\'a}{\~n}ez and Gaurang B. Yodh and Shigeru Yoshida and Pavel Zarzhitsky and Marcel Zoll},
  journal={Astroparticle Physics},
  year={2012},
  volume={44},
  pages={40-58}
}

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