Measurement of the energy spectrum of cosmic rays above 10^18 eV using the Pierre Auger Observatory

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  title={Measurement of the energy spectrum of cosmic rays above 10^18 eV using the Pierre Auger Observatory},
  author={The Pierre Auger Collaboration},
  year={2010}
}
J. Abraham h, P. Abreu bl, M. Aglietta ay, E.J. Ahn ca, D. Allard aa, J. Allen cd, J. Alvarez-Muñiz bs, M. Ambrosio ar, L. Anchordoqui co, S. Andringa bl, T. Antičić v, A. Anzalone ax, C. Aramo ar, E. Arganda bp, K. Arisaka ci, F. Arqueros bp, H. Asorey b, P. Assis bl, J. Aublin ac, M. Ave ag,cj, G. Avila j, T. Bäcker am, D. Badagnani f, M. Balzer ah, K.B. Barber k, A.F. Barbosa l, S.L.C. Barroso r, B. Baughman cf, P. Bauleo by, J.J. Beatty cf, B.R. Becker cm, K.H. Becker af, A. Bellétoile ad… Expand

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