The Extreme Energy Events observatory: status and perspectives
August 16, 2017
August 03, 2018
Extreme Energy Events is a inhomogeneus array of high time resolution tracking telescopes extending over 10 degrees in latitude and longitude. Because of its unique and unconventional features the experiment is searching for rare and exotics cosmic ray-related phenomena, like Extensive Air Showers Long Distance Correlations, as well as addressing middle and low energy topics, like local anisotropies, sun activities survey and life-related issues. The observatory has also a strong outreach impacts, being the telescopes installed in High Schools buildings, where teachers and students contribute to a real extended cosmic ray experiment. An overview of the
observatory status is given and first results on the various topics are discussed.
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