# Kinematics reconstruction of the EAS-like events registered by the TUS detector

@article{Sharakin2021KinematicsRO,
title={Kinematics reconstruction of the EAS-like events registered by the TUS detector},
author={Sergey Sharakin and O.I. Ruiz Hernandez},
journal={Journal of Instrumentation},
year={2021},
volume={16}
}
• Published 2021
• Physics
• Journal of Instrumentation
The Tracking Ultraviolet Set-up (TUS) is the world’s first orbital imaging detector of Ultra High Energy Cosmic Rays (UHECR) and it operated in 2016–2017 as part of the scientific equipment of the Lomonosov satellite. The TUS was developed and manufactured as a prototype of the larger project K-EUSO with the main purpose of testing the efficiency of the method for measuring the ultraviolet signal of extensive air shower (EAS) in the Earth’s night atmosphere. Despite the low spatial resolution… Expand

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