KASCADE-Grande measurements of energy spectra for elemental groups of cosmic rays

@inproceedings{Fuhrmann2011KASCADEGrandeMO,
  title={KASCADE-Grande measurements of energy spectra for elemental groups of cosmic rays},
  author={Daniel R. Fuhrmann and William D. Apel and J. C. Arteaga-Vel{\'a}zquez and K. Bekk and Mario Edoardo Bertaina and J{\"u}rgen Bl{\"u}mer and H. Bozdog and I. Brancus and Elena Cantoni and Alessandro Chiavassa and Fabiana Cossavella and Claudio Curcio and R. M. de Almeida and Vitor Dutra de Souza and Francesco di Pierro and Paul Julien Doll and Radovan Engel and J. T. Engler and J. N. Matthews and H. J. Gils and R. Glasstetter and M. Thulasidas and A. Haungs and D. Heck and Joerg Rudolf Hoerandel and D. Huber and T. Huege and K. H. Kampert and Donghwa Kang and Hans O. Klages and D. B. Tridapalli and Perspective Luczak and Marianne Ludwig and M. Hrabovsky and Helmut J. Mayer and Maximilien Melissas and Jens-Michael Milke and Bogdan Mitrica and Christian Morello and J. Oehlschlaeger and Sergey Ostapchenko and Nicola Palmieri and Mihai Ganciu Petcu and Tanguy Pierog and Hendrik Jan Rebel and Martin M. Roth and H. Schieler and Susana Schoo and Fred Georg Schroeder and A. Śmiałkowski and G. De Toma and G. C. Trinchero and H. Ulrich and K. Weidenhaupt and Doris Wochele and Jurgen Wochele and J. Zabierowski - KASCADE-Grande Collaboration},
  year={2011}
}
The KASCADE-Grande experiment, located at KIT-Karlsruhe, Germany, consists of a large scintillator array for measurements of charged particles, Nch, and of an array of shielded scintillation counters used for muon counting, Nμ. KASCADE-Grande is optimized for cosmic ray measurements in the primary energy range 10 16 eV to 10 18 eV, thereby enabling the verification of a possible second knee expected at approximately 10 17 eV. Exploring the composition in this energy range is of fundamental… CONTINUE READING
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