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by Pierre Sokolsky

Author: Pierre Sokolsky
Subcategory: Physics
Language: English
Publisher: Westview Press; Revised edition (January 30, 2004)
Pages: 228 pages
Category: Math and Science
Rating: 4.5
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Pierre Sokolsky is Professor at the University of Utah.

Pierre Sokolsky is Professor at the University of Utah. Series: Frontiers in Physics (Book 76). Paperback: 224 pages. This book was published in 1988. While it is called a Rev Ed 2004, the numerous references in it are all to papers before 1988, some of which are referred to as recent. There is no indication that any change has been made to bring the book up to date.

Cosmic ray physics has recently attracted a great deal of attention from the high energy . Other books in the series. Frontiers in Physics (1 - 10 of 24 books). Books by Pierre Sokolsky.

Cosmic ray physics has recently attracted a great deal of attention from the high energy physics community because of the discovery of new sources and the advent of new techniques. Books by Pierre Sokolsky

Cosmic ray physics has recently attracted a great deal of attention from the high energy physics community because of the discovery of new sources and the advent of new techniques

Cosmic ray physics has recently attracted a great deal of attention from the high energy physics community because of the discovery of new sources and the advent of new techniques.

Cosmic ray physics has recently attracted a great deal of attention from the high energy physics community because of the discovery of new sources and the advent of new techniques

Cosmic ray physics has recently attracted a great deal of attention from the high energy physics community because of the discovery of new sources and the advent of new techniques.

Ultra-High-Energy Cosmic Rays. The layout is as follows. Department of Physics & Astronomy, Lehman College, City University of New York, NY 10468, USA Department of Physics, Graduate Center, City University of New York, NY 10016, USA Department of Astrophysics, American Museum of Natural History, NY 10024, USA. Abstract.

physics at ultrahigh energies. Cosmic rays with energy exceeding 1018 eV≡ 1 EeV, are referred to as ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays (UHECRs). We also briefly overview upcoming and proposed UHECR experiments and discuss their projected science reach. Extensive air showers (EAS) produced when a UHECR interacts with an air nucleus in the upper atmosphere have been measured since their discovery by Pierre Auger in the 1930s. The first observation of an EAS with an energy of ~1020 eV was made at Volcano Ranch in February 1962 (Linsley, 1963)

Ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays are the most energetic and rarest of particles in the universe – and also one of. .Benjamin Skuse reveals how cosmic-ray mysteries are continuing to test our understanding of high-energy physics.

Ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays are the most energetic and rarest of particles in the universe – and also one of the most enigmatic. Far, far away, something – somewhere – is creating particles with crazy amounts of energy

Cosmic ray physics has recently attracted a great deal of attention from the high energy physics community because of the discovery of new sources and the advent of new techniques

Cosmic ray physics has recently attracted a great deal of attention from the high energy physics community because of the discovery of new sources and the advent of new techniques.

Cosmic ray physics has recently attracted a great deal of attention from the high energy physics community because of the discovery of new sources and the advent of new techniques. The result of a series of lectures prepared for graduate students and postdoctoral researchers, this book is a general introduction to experimental techniques and results in the field of ultrahigh energy cosmic rays. It succinctly summarizes the rapidly developing field, and provides modern results that include data from newer detectors. Combining experiment and theory, the text explores the results of a single, easy-to-understand experiment to tie together various issues involved in the physics of ultrahigh energy cosmic rays.