Primary and secondary cosmic rays in the NUCLEON space experiment after two years of data acquisition
October 23, 2017
August 03, 2018
The NUCLEON space experiment was designed to measure energy spectra of cosmic ray nuclei from protons to iron in the energy range approximately from 1 TeV per particle to 1 PeV per particle with good individual charge resolution. The apparatus started the collection of data at the beginning of 2015 and it is in operation up to now. The duration of the mission is expected to be no less than five years. One of the main feature of the experiment is an implementation of two different methods of energy measurement on board of the apparatus -- the calorimetric method and the new kinematic KLEM method (Kinematic Lightweight Energy Meter). The data obtained after two years of operation are presented. A multiple signs of complex behavior of the nuclei spectra and the ratios of spectra violating of a simple universal power-law behavior of the spectra will be presented in the report.
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