Silicon charge detector for the CREAM experiment


The Cosmic Ray Energetics And Mass (CREAM) payload had its first successful flight in December 2004 from McMurdo Station, Antarctica as a Long Duration Balloon mission. Its aim is to explore the supernova acceleration limit of cosmic rays, the relativistic gas of protons, electrons and heavy nuclei arriving at Earth from outside of the solar system. The… (More)


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@inproceedings{Park2006SiliconCD, title={Silicon charge detector for the CREAM experiment}, author={I. H. Park and Nammi Park and S. W. Nam and H. S. Ahn and Paul Allison and M. G. Bagliesi and Su-Jin Baek and Gabriele Bigongiari and Patrick Boyle and J. T. Childers and N. B. Conkin and Sylvain Coutu and Paola Maestro and A. Malinine and P. S. Marrocchesi and Sharon L. Minnick and S. I. Mognet and Susan K. Nutter and Rafizadeh Sina and Simon P. Swordy and Scott P. Wakely and J Wu and J. Yang and Y. S. Yoon and S. Y. Zinn}, year={2006} }