Analysis of capability of detection of extensive air showers by simple scintillator detectors

  title={Analysis of capability of detection of extensive air showers by simple scintillator detectors},
  author={Jerzy Pryga and Weronika K Stanek and Krzysztof Wiesław Woźniak and Piotr Homola and K{\'e}vin Almeida Cheminant and Sławomir Stuglik and David E. Alvarez-Castillo and Łukasz Bibrzycki and Marcin Piekarczyk and Olaf Bar and Tadeusz Wibig and Arman Tursunov and Michał Niedźwiecki and Tomasz Sośnicki and Krzysztof Rzecki},
  journal={Proceedings of 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference — PoS(ICRC2021)},
  • Jerzy PrygaW. Stanek K. Rzecki
  • Published 6 July 2021
  • Physics
  • Proceedings of 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference — PoS(ICRC2021)
One of the main objectives of the CREDO project is to register cosmic-ray cascades in many distributed detectors in the search for so-called Cosmic-Ray Ensembles (CRE). This requires precise knowledge of the probability of detection of individual Extensive Air Showers (EAS) in a very wide range of energies and an analysis of their correlations. The standard approach based on detailed and extensive simulations is not possible for many such systems; thus, a faster method is developed. Knowing the… 
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